As Chief Content Officer, Lewinson is responsible for content strategy and acquisitions for Tubi, a division
of FOX Entertainment and a free streaming service with 40,000+ titles from every major Hollywood studio.
Lewinson heads up Tubi’s Los Angeles office where he oversees more than 250 content partners
including Lionsgate, Paramount and MGM.
Most recently, Lewinson was the Senior Vice President of Programming & Marketing at Sony Pictures
Television and the streaming platform Crackle. Lewinson oversaw the programming strategy and content
slate for Crackle and led the expansion of the service’s content library to include titles from most major
studios. He was also instrumental in the launch of Crackle Original Series and Movies, including Mad
Families (Charlie Sheen), StartUp (Martin Freeman) and Snatch (Rupert Grint). Lewinson was also the
programming executive on Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (2016 Emmy Nominee),
including the most-viewed episode with President Barack Obama.
Previously, Lewinson spent more than a decade at FX Networks, most recently as Senior Vice President,
Programming & Production. Lewinson spearheaded the launch of FXM (formerly Fox Movie Channel) and
oversaw the channel's programming portfolio. As a member of the senior executive team, he oversaw
production and current programming of special projects including Sons of Anarchy late night talk series
Anarchy Afterword, 10/90 sitcom Partners with Lionsgate/Debmar-Mercury, and the Primetime Creative
Arts Emmy Awards.
Prior to joining FX, Lewinson served as the Vice President of Studio Entertainment at Lifetime Television
where he was instrumental in the growth of Lifetime Movie Network and expanded the network’s
partnerships with the major studios. He also held positions at The Walt Disney Company and Columbia
Adam is an Emmy award-winning producer for FX’s A Tribute to Mel Brooks and produced the acclaimed
series Fox Legacy alongside former Fox studio chairman Tom Rothman. Lewinson holds a Master of Fine
Arts degree from the American Film Institute, studied at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and achieved a
BA from Vassar College. He also wrote the 2015 sci-fi adventure novel Earthbound.