Alloy Entertainment Adds Stacey Silverman as Television VP
Silverman will help oversee shows including as "The Vampire Diaries," "The Secret Circle" and "Pretty Little Liars."
Alloy Entertainment's television division is expanding with its slate.
The company's chief executive Leslie Morgenstein announced Monday that he has hired Stacey Silverman as vice president of television. She will work with senior vp of TV Gina Girolamo and vp of TV Andrew Wang on development as well as the seven series already in production.
The announcement comes as Alloy preps two more summer/fall series, ABC Family's The Lying Game and the CW's The Secret Circle. The pairing will join the company's already robust slate that includes CW's Gossip Girl, CW's The Vampire Diaries and ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars.
"Stacey's extensive background in series development and production will be an invaluable new addition to our television group. As Alloy Entertainment continues to grow, her insight and experience will be a great asset," said Morgenstein.
Silverman previously served as director of current programs and cable development at CBS TV Studios, where she was involved in such shows as Blue Bloods and Cold Case. Prior to that, she was a manager of development at ABC.
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