Rasha is one of the television industry’s most daring and adventurous producers. Since co-founding 44 Blue Productions in 1984, Rasha has established the company as a leader in non-fiction programming. In pursuit of great stories, he has been stoned in the West Bank, shot at in Soweto, chased by the Yakuza in Tokyo, and he was the first Western producer ever to film inside a Chinese prison.

Rasha’s creative vision has taken the company from its original roots in sports and action-adventure programming to the exploration of mass incarceration with the critically acclaimed MSNBC prison docuseries Lockup, one of the longest-running series on television, to the redefining of celebrity family docuseries with A&E’s twice Emmy-nominated Wahlburgers, produced in association with Mark Wahlberg and Donnie Wahlberg, and genre-busting first responder documentary series Nightwatch, produced in association with Dick Wolf. If he’s not on the road, you can catch him walking on his tread-desk watching his Stanford Cardinal on ESPN.

Rasha Drachkovitch 44 Blue
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