Jonathan Igla is a writer and producer. He is currently the head writer and executive producer for the Disney+ series Hawkeye. Igla has written and produced for numerous shows, including Mad Men, Pitch, Sorry For Your Loss, Shut Eye, and Bridgerton.
Igla is most well known for his work on the AMC series Mad Men. He began as a writer in 2010 and ended up as an executive story editor. In 2015, he wrote for the Showtime series Masters of Sex. In 2016, he was a writer and co-producer for the show Pitch. The following year, he worked as a writer and producer for the second season of Shut Eye, writing two episodes. He served as a supervising producer and writer for the Facebook Watch drama series Sorry For Your Loss. In 2020, he co-produced the Netflix period drama Bridgerton. In September 2019, it was announced that he would be the head writer and showrunner for the Disney+ show Hawkeye, which is set to premiere in November 2021. In 2021, he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.
|2010–15||Mad Men||Yes||No||Wrote 6 episodes, also story editor and executive story editor|
|2015||Masters of Sex||Yes||No||Episode: "High Anxiety"|
|2016||Pitch||Yes||Yes||Co-producer, wrote: "Wear It"|
|2017||Shut Eye||Yes||Yes||Wrote: "Karma Chameleon", "Charles the Magnificent"|
|2018||Sorry For Your Loss||Yes||Yes||Supervising producer, wrote: "17 Unheard Messages"|
|2018||Age of Sail||Yes||No||Short film|
Awards and nominations
|2011||OFTA Television Award||Best Writing in a Drama Series||Mad Men||Won|
|2011||Writers Guild of America Awards||Drama Series||Won|||
|2013||OFTA Television Award||Best Writing in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|2013||Writers Guild of America Awards||Drama Series||Nominated|||
|2014||OFTA Television Award||Best Writing in a Drama Series||Won|
|2014||Writers Guild of America Awards||Drama Series||Nominated|||
|Episodic Drama (for "A Day's Work")||Nominated|||
|2021||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Drama Series||Bridgerton||Nominated|||
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