Lifetime Promotes Tia Maggini to SVP Scripted Programming – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Lifetime elevated Tia Maggini to SVP, Scripted Programming for Network, from her role as VP.

Based in Los Angeles, Maggini oversees the development and production of original scripted content for Lifetime.

“Tia’s commitment to her work is only surpassed by her passion for making the best films possible,” said Tanya Lopez, Executive Vice President, Script Programming, Lifetime & LMN to whom Maggini reports. “I value his skills and his partnership on a daily basis.

Maggini joined The Networks in 2014 as Vice President, responsible for the development and management of Lifetime Movies, Miniseries, Limited Series, and Stolen Pilots. She was tasked with directing the big-budget, talent-driven feature films of the network and additionally overseeing the creative development of a ten-person team.

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During his more than six years with Lifetime, Maggini has been responsible for programming some of his top rated films, including the movie buzzy, Wendy Williams: The Movie, ratings and critical hit The Clark sisters: first ladies of gospel, I love you to death with Marica Gay Harden, the remake of the iconic Beaches with Idina Menzel and Nia Long, and UnBreak My Heart: Toni Braxton’s Story. Other films Maggini oversaw included top rated holiday movies Merry Christmas Liddle and Merry Christmas Liddle Wedding with and produced by Kelly Rowland, I am Elizabeth Smart which won two Critics Choice nominations and Survive Compton which revealed the untold story of R&B singer Michel’le.

Prior to joining Lifetime, Maggini was vice president of television for Josephson Entertainment, she was a consultant as a director of original films for Disney Channel and she spent five years at Marc Platt Productions, where she developed and managed projects. , especially How to get divorced before age 30 with Dana Fox and Sascha Rothchild, Family link with Gough and Millar, and That strange thing called a ball with Jenny Lumet, among others. Maggini was also previously an executive for Red Wagon Entertainment where she served as a story executive. Memoirs of a geisha and Jarhead. She began her career in the literary world, working at Regan Books, HarperCollins and Avon Books, first as an editorial assistant and later as editor.

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