Aaron Harberts

Aaron Harberts

Highest Rated: 12% Valentine (2001)

Lowest Rated: 12% Valentine (2001)

Birthday: Jan 20, 1973

Birthplace: Waterloo, Iowa, USA

Aaron Harberts is an American TV writer and producer, and has collaborated with fellow writer-producer Gretchen Berg on multiple occasions. Harberts got his start as a writer on Aaron Spelling's 1990s prime-time soap hit, "Beverly Hills, 90210," writing seven episodes over the '98 and '99 seasons. He and Berg teamed up to write nine episodes of the sci-fi drama "Roswell" in 2000, and then wrote and produced for another sci-fi mystery, "John Doe." In '06, the duo created the short-lived comedy "Pepper Dennis" starring Rebecca Romijn, for the WB; the show lasted just one season. Harberts and Berg subsequently wrote and co-executive produced for the critically praised dramatic fantasy-comedy "Pushing Daisies," which lasted only two seasons, partially due to getting caught up in the bad timing of the writers' strike. In '09, Harberts and Berg collaborated once again--as writers and executive producers--on the NBC hospital drama "Mercy," another quickly canceled series, this time starring Taylor Schilling and Michelle Trachtenberg. Harberts and Berg also contributed to the screenplay of the '01 horror movie "Valentine," but have generally stuck to work on the small screen.



12% 33% Valentine Screenwriter $20.4M 2001


79% 79% Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Executive Producer,
84% 42% Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer 2017-2021
86% 85% Reign Executive Producer,
69% 78% Revenge Executive Producer,
42% 72% GCB Writer 2012
18% 66% Off the Map Writer 2011
25% 75% Mercy Executive Producer 2009-2010
96% 95% Pushing Daisies Writer 2008-2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Women's Murder Club Writer 2007
19% No Score Yet Pepper Dennis Writer 2006
No Score Yet 90% Roswell Writer 2000-2002