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Edward Allen Bernero

Edward Allen Bernero (born August 29, 1962 in Chicago, Illinois, USA) is an American television writer, producer and director. He co-created the series Third Watch and has worked as an executive producer on Criminal Minds. He co-created the spin-off Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, which premiered on February 16, 2011 and canceled on May 25, 2011, due to low ratings.

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Edward Allen Bernero - Biography
... Bernero wrote the teleplay for the episode "Why Can't Even a Couple of Us Get Along?" from a story by Bocho Milch ... Bernero Chernuchin co-wrote the teleplay for the episode "A Reverend Runs Through It" from a story by Clark Bochco ... Bernero and Chernuchin co-wrote the episode "Exposing Johnson" ...
Allen - Other Uses
... Allen (Prison Break), episode of the TV series Prison Break Hurricane Allen, hurricane in 1980 Allen (1913 Automobile), early American automobile Allen (brand), brand of tools notably hex keys Allen key ...
List Of Third Watch Episodes - Season 6: 2004–2005
... Original airdate Production code 1 ... "More Monsters" Christopher Chulack Edward Allen Bernero September 17, 2004 (2004-09-17) 177901 Season Premiere ... in the garbage by the squad's house 5 ... "The Hunter, Hunted" Paul McCrane Edward Allen Bernero October 22, 2004 (2004-10-22) 177905 Miller recognizes ... Dickerson Edward Allen Bernero October 29, 2004 (2004-10-29) 177906 Yokas and Miller are working against the clock ...
List Of Criminal Minds Episodes - Episodes - Season 6 (2010–11)
... viewers (millions) 1 ... "The Longest Night (Part 2)" Edward Allen Bernero Edward Allen Bernero September 22, 2010 (2010-09-22) 14.13 2 ... "JJ" Charles S ... Ann Harrison November 17, 2010 (2010-11-17) 14.39 10 ... "What Happens at Home" Jan Eliasberg Edward Allen Bernero December 8, 2010 (2010-12-08) 14.23 ...

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