Aaron Tracy

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Aaron Tracy is a writer and producer whose TV credits include Law & Order: SVU (NBC), and Sequestered (Sony’s Crackle), a legal thriller he created that ran for two seasons. Tracy co-created The Tap (USA), a dark historical drama about secret societies in 1969 that he made alongside one of his heroes, Rob Reiner. Over his career, Tracy has sold original series to CBS, USA, Freeform, Lifetime, MGM TV, A+E Studios, NBCUniversal, Lionsgate TV, and others.

Tracy is also the creator and writer of many original audio dramas. These include: Supreme: The Battle For Roe, about the young attorney behind Roe V. Wade (feat. Maya Hawke and William H. Macy); Murder in Bermuda, a serialized legal mystery (feat. Mary-Louise Parker); Nowhere Man, a noir political thriller (feat. Lee Pace); Daniel X, a young adult superhero story (feat. Michael Cimino); Summer Breeze, a comedic revenge tale (feat. Kelly Ripa); and 10 Days, an underdog NBA story (feat. Glen Powell). Tracy’s first show, The Coldest Case (feat. Aaron Paul), became Audible’s most successful original series, ranking in the global Top 10 of all Audible downloads (out of 800,000 titles) in its first year of release.