Good Behavior Season Two Production Bios
Chad Hodge is the co-creator, showrunner and executive producer of TNT's drama Good Behavior, which returns for a second season on Sunday, October 15. The series stars Michelle Dockery, and is based on the Letty Dobesh novellas by Blake Crouch.
Prior to Good Behavior, Hodge created and executive-produced Wayward Pines on FOX, starring Academy Award®-nominee Matt Dillon, which was also based on a novel by Blake Crouch. In addition, he created NBC's The Playboy Club, starring Laura Benanti, and The CW's Runaway, starring Donnie Wahlberg.
Hodge co-wrote the book for the stage adaptation of Irving Berlin's 1942 movie-musical classic Holiday Inn, which made its Broadway debut at the Roundabout Theatre Company in the fall of 2016. His film projects include The Darkest Minds for 20th Century Fox, based on the New York Times bestselling trilogy by Alexandra Bracken, which recently completed shooting and will be released in 2018; along with Anita, about notorious singer and orange juice spokeswoman Anita Bryant.
Hodge grew up in Chicago and graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University with degrees in communication studies and business institutions. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
Blake Crouch is the co-creator and executive producer of TNT's drama Good Behavior, starring Michelle Dockery and based on his Letty Dobesh novellas. Blake Crouch is a novelist and screenwriter. He grew up in the piedmont of North Carolina and wrote his first novel at 19 in the Creative Writing program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Crouch has written more than a dozen novels, and his work has been translated into 35 languages. His short fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and numerous other publications.
In 2015, Crouch's international bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy was adapted into a television series for FOX. Created by Chad Hodge and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, Wayward Pines was last summer's #1 scripted drama.
Additional recent TV projects include the second season of Wayward Pines for FOX. Crouch's new novel, Dark Matter was published on July 26, 2016 with a feature film to be produced by Matt Tolmach under his banner for Sony. Crouch is executive-producing the movie and penning the script.
Crouch lives in Colorado.
Marty Adelstein’s career in Hollywood spans over 25 years as agent, manager and feature film and TV producer. As CEO of Tomorrow Studios (a partnership between himself and ITV Studios), Adelstein is currently producing TNT’s Good Behavior starring Michelle Dockery and has two pilots in production at TNT: Snowpiercer by Josh Friedman and directed by Scott Derrickson, and Highland, by Liz Sarnoff, starring Margaret Cho in a dramedy loosely based on Margaret’s life. His active development slate also includes the adaptation of Cowboy Bebop and One Piece.
Previous television series credits include Aquarius, starring David Duchovny for NBC and Last Man Standing, starring Tim Allen for ABC. Other television credits include the MTV series Teen Wolf, the FOX reboot of Prison Break, and he was previously responsible for Ally McBeal, The Practice, 3rd Rock from the Sun, 30 Rock and Prison Break. His feature film credits include producing a remake of the classic horror Black Christmas, Made of Honor, The Experiment, and the critically acclaimed 2011 film Hanna, directed by Joe Wright and starring Saoirse Ronan, Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana (which is being adapted for TV by NBCU International for Amazon).
Becky Clements is president of Tomorrow Studios, a partnership between Marty Adelstein and ITV Studios. In her role, Clements oversees the company’s development and current production slate. In addition to TNT’s Good Behavior, Clements currently serves as executive producer of TNT’s pilots Snowpiercer and Highland, as well as Hanna, Amazon’s upcoming straight-to-series adaptation of the critically acclaimed film. She was also an executive producer of ABC’s long-running hit comedy Last Man Standing starring Tim Allen, and NBC’s Aquarius starring David Duchovny.
Clements, who began her career in New York at The Jon Stewart Show and The NFL Today, rose to the position of executive vice president at Brillstein Grey Television, where she worked on more than 50 pilots and long-running hit series, including Newsradio, Just Shoot Me, and Samantha Who?