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Barbara Hall

Barbara Hall is an American television writer, producer, young adult novelist and singer-songwriter. She is known for creating and producing the legal drama Judging Amy (1999-2005) and the fantasy family drama Joan of Arcadia (2003-2005) as well as the political drama Madam Secretary all for CBS. She was a co-executive producer of the Showtime political thriller Homeland.

Shortly after graduating from university, Hall became a television writer and producer in Los Angeles, California, and worked on shows including Northern Exposure, Chicago Hope, ER, I'll Fly Away, Anything But Love and Moonlighting.

Hall is also a founding member of the alternative country rock band The Enablers, with whom she released the albums The First Seven Songs (2003) and Come Back Soon (2004). In 2005, she released her debut solo album Handsome. Her second album, Bad Man, was released in 2013.

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Big Little Lies (2017)
Show crew as Producer (2 episodes)
Madam Secretary (2014)
Show crew as Creator
Show crew as Executive Producer
Episode crew as Writer (18 episodes)
Homeland (2011)
Episode crew as Writer (2 episodes)
Women's Murder Club (2007)
Show crew as Consulting Producer (7 episodes)
Episode crew as Writer
Joan of Arcadia (2003)
Show crew as Creator
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001)
Show crew as Co-Executive Producer
Judging Amy (1999)
Show crew as Executive Producer
Chicago Hope (1994)
Episode crew as Teleplay
Episode crew as Writer (2 episodes)
Northern Exposure (1990)
Episode crew as Writer (4 episodes)
Dreams (1984)
Episode crew as Writer
The Duck Factory (1984)
Episode crew as Writer
It Takes Two (1982)
Episode crew as Writer
Family Ties (1982)
Episode crew as Writer
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