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BRADLEY BUECKER

Director/Executive Producer

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Bradley Buecker began his career as an editor on Ryan Murphy’s early projects, before he transitioned into directing and producing on “Glee,” “American Horror Story” and “The New Normal.” Buecker has worked on “American Horror Story” since the beginning; he was the editor on the pilot and has produced and directed every season, including the series premiere of “American Horror Story – 1984.” In 2017, Buecker directed the 9-1-1 pilot for FOX, and he continues to serve as an executive producer/director on the series. He also is an executive producer on the franchise’s first-ever new installment, 9-1-1: LONE STAR, for which he directed the series premiere episode. Over the past eight years, Buecker has directed more than 50 hours of television and received six Emmy Award nominations.

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Bradley Buecker began his career as an editor on Ryan Murphy’s early projects, before he transitioned into directing and producing on “Glee,” “American Horror Story” and “The New Normal.” Buecker has worked on “American Horror Story” since the beginning; he was the editor on the pilot and has produced and directed every season, including the series premiere of “American Horror Story – 1984.” In 2017, Buecker directed the 9-1-1 pilot for FOX, and he continues to serve as an executive producer/director on the series. He also is an executive producer on the franchise’s first-ever new installment, 9-1-1: LONE STAR, for which he directed the series premiere episode. Over the past eight years, Buecker has directed more than 50 hours of television and received six Emmy Award nominations.