Bradford Winters began as a screenwriter at The Levinson/Fontana Company under the tutelage of Tom Fontana, where he cut his teeth (and many an ill-fated character) writing for HBO’s award-winning prison drama “Oz.” He has worked on numerous shows since then, including “Kings,” “Boss” and “The Americans.” Berlin Station is his first as showrunner.
Winters and fellow “Berlin Station” scribe Larry J. Cohen have adapted for a comic book his screen project Americatown, about the world’s first enclave of American immigrants living and working abroad in a dystopic near future. The eight issues of Volume One were recently published in a hardcover edition by Boom! Studios/Archaia.
A former contributor to the arts and faith blog Good Letters at Patheos, Winters is also a published poet whose work has appeared in various journals.