Jaime Dávila is a leader among the generation of young producers betting their careers on the need for more inclusive content. Driven to expand opportunities for Latinx creators, deliver inclusive programming for audiences, and demonstrate that diversity is good business. Dávila’s Campanario Entertainment produces a prolific amount of multilingual content in the U.S. and Mexico. His current slate includes the highly-anticipated scripted series on Selena Quintanilla for Netflix, Selena: The Series, the multigenerational reality series Mexican Dynasties for Bravo, for Amazon Prime Video, Como Sobrevivir Soltero, Bridges, a multi-generational, multi-cultural Latino family comedy that received a script commitment from ABC, and a number of unscripted and scripted projects in development. Campanario is also known for Camelia La Texana (for Telemundo).
Dávila was previously a development executive at Bravo, where he held progressively senior roles adapting international formats and developing original series under the leadership of Andy Cohen