Tim Schlattmann

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Tim Schlattmann is a three-time Emmy award nominee. Nebraska born and raised, this former disc jockey and college professor's writing credits include ABC's number one hit Roseanne, Fox's Get Real, the WB's Smallville, the feature XCU: Extreme Close-Up,[1] and most recently critically acclaimed Dexter for Showtime. In 2007, he garnered two Writers Guild of America award nominations: one for best dramatic series and an individual nod for his episode of Dexter entitled "The Dark Defender". That same year, Dexter was also nominated for an Emmy and Golden Globe in the best dramatic series category and received the prestigious Peabody Award. The following year, the Dexter writing staff was once again nominated in the best dramatic series category by the Writers Guild of America and the show was again nominated for an Emmy for best dramatic series, earning Tim his first Emmy nomination as a producer. 2009 and 2010 brought Tim and the Dexter writing staff Writers Guild of America, Emmy and Golden Globe nominations once again, and 2011 saw another Emmy nomination for Dexter in the best dramatic series category. As an Executive Producer since 2012,[2] Tim Schlattmann recently completed the eighth and final season of Dexter and authored "Dexter Early Cuts: Dark Echo",[3] an ongoing web series for Showtime. He has currently served as an Executive Producer on CBS's "Under The Dome".[4]