EXCLUSIVE: Former NBC executive Cheryl Dolins has joined Alloy Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros. Television Group, as head of its television division. Dolins, whose title is SVP in Television Production & Development, reports to Leslie Morgenstein, President Alloy Entertainment. She succeeds Gina Girolamo, who left in June to run television for McG’s re-launched Wonderland Sound and Vision. Additionally, Amanda Bowman has been added to Alloy’s LA-based operations as manager of development. Dolins most recently was partnered with actor Anthony Edwards in Grand Central Entertainment, a New York-based production company that had an overall deal with CBS. She was previously SVP/head of comedy at NBC where she worked on developing The Office, 30 Rock and My Name Is Earl. She previously was a VP, Primetime Series, for NBC Studios and held several development positions with Kelsey Grammer’s Grammnet Prods. Bowman previously was coordinator of Programming & Development for ABC Family where she managed day-to-day operations on the hit Alloy Entertainment/Warner Horizon show Pretty Little Liars.
Cheryl Dolins To Run Alloy’s TV Group
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