Janine Nabers is a playwright and TV writer who is currently developing pilots at Amazon, HBO and Hulu. Most recently, Janine was a Co-Executive Producer writing on the forthcoming seasons 3 and 4 of ATLANTA on FX. Prior to that, Janine was a Co-EP on Netflix’s drama series AWAY. Other credits include HBO’s WATCHMEN for which she won a WGA Award, Max Borenstein’s SHOWTIME mini-room and GAME OF THRONES spinoff room both for HBO, and across several series created by Marti Noxon including DIETLAND for AMC, UNREAL for Lifetime, and all five seasons of GIRLFRIEND’S GUIDE TO DIVORCE at Bravo. Janine won the Yale Drama Series prize from over 1,600 entries around the world for her play SERIAL BLACK FACE. She was Page 73’s 2011 Playwriting Fellow and is an alumna of the Center Theatre Group’s LA Writer’s Workshop, Ars Nova Playgroup, the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, the Dramatists Guild Playwriting Fellowship, the MacDowell Colony Fellowship, and the 2010 and 2011 Sundance Theatre Labs. Her musical “Mrs. Hughes” was developed as the 2012 Williamstown Theatre Festival fellowship musical and was part of both the 2013 Yale Institute for Musical Theatre and Manhattan Theatre Club’s 7@7 series. A native of Houston, Texas, Janine is a graduate of the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwriting Fellowship at Juilliard.