Sony Pictures Television has promoted key programming execs Lauren Moffat to SVP comedy development, and Jordan Feiner to SVP scripted programming. Both have been elevated from their VP roles.
Moffat has moved up the ranks since joining SPT in 2007, most recently serving as VP comedy development. She has guided the development of Netflix’s One Day At A Time, as well as a number of broadcast and cable pilots and series including Hulu’s Future Man and NBC’s Marry Me. Earlier during her tenure at SPT. she was director, comedy development, working on series including TBS’ Men at Work and served briefly as director, current programming on shows like ABC’s Happy Endings and Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva. She joined SPT from Paradigm Talent Agency.
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“Lauren has been a key contributor to the growth of our slate,” said EVP of comedy development Glenn Adilman, to whom she reports. “Her fantastic taste and great relationships make her an invaluable member of our team, and she has been instrumental in expanding our business with cable and streaming networks.”
Serving as VP of current programming since 2011, Feiner last worked as an executive on NBC’s hit-drama, The Blacklist and is responsible for shepherding the spinoff, The Blacklist: Redemption. Recently he has also been involved in the new Netflix series,The Get Down as well as Showtime’s hit, Masters of Sex. Prior to joining SPT, he was director of development at Endemol USA and a coordinator in comedy development at Fox Broadcasting.
“Jordan’s impressive track record here at SPT, having guided some of our most ambitious and successful programming, will help us continue to move forward as the leader in television today,” said EVP of scripted programming Kim Rozenfeld, of whom he will continue to report. “I know that he will continue to exemplify great leadership and insight.”
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