Eric Poticha was a senior vice president of the Jim Henson Company, helping lead the Company's expansion into adult primetime TV with their Henson Alternative programing. Poticha was charged with developing new comedy and drama series, miniseries and features for television as well as develop future Muppet projects to be produced by Henson for The Walt Disney Company.
Poricha served as a producer for the Puppet Up! - Uncensored TV special and web series for TBS. He also served as a producer for the Tinseltown pilot. Additionally, Poricha developed and produced The Muppets' Wizard of Oz with Henson for Disney
Prior to working for Henson, Poticha served as Vice President of Movies and Miniseries at Fox Television Studios. He conceived of and developed the FX original movie "44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shootout" and the Fox network reality show "Girls Next Door", which he co-created with Hugh Hefner. Poticha also developed projects such as NBC's "L.A. Law: The Movie," Fox's "Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding," Discovery Channel's "12 Days of Terror" and the FX sci-fi entry "Eater," produced by Jan de Bont and based on Gregory Benford's novel.
Poticha has since left Henson, and is one of the principals at In Vogue Films, a branded entertainment consultancy firm.