Showrunner, Executive Producer and Writer of “Little America”
Lee Eisenberg is a Writers Guild Award winner and six-time Emmy nominee. Eisenberg worked on the staff of the NBC comedy series, "The Office," for five seasons, rising to co-head writer. Since then, Eisenberg has executive produced the Golden-Globe Nominated series, “SMILF," and the Emmy-nominated HBO series, "Hello Ladies," which he co-created and wrote alongside Gene Stupnitsky and Stephen Merchant. On the feature side, he made his film debut in 2009 when he co-wrote the screenplay for "Year One" with Stupnitsky and Harold Ramis, and later went on to write and produce 2011’s "Bad Teacher," starring Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake. He made his feature directorial debut with his original screenplay, "Good Boys," co-written with Stupnitsky, and produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. He’s currently working on Season 2 of "Little America" for Apple TV+, which he co-created with Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon.