Rebecca Quinn is Senior Vice President, Non-fiction Original Programming for HBO Max, responsible for reality programming covering a wide array of topics and geared toward female-skewing, Gen Z and millennial audiences.
Quinn’s competition slate includes underground ballroom culture dance-off Legendary, floral design show Full Bloom, baking competition series Baketopia, The Big Shot with Bethenny featuring next-generation business moguls vying to be second-in-command to business tycoon Bethenny Frankel.
Within lifestyle, highlights include celebrity-driven programming such as Selena Gomez’s quarantine cooking show Selena + Chef and The House of Ho, which follows the lives, loves, and conflicts of a wealthy Vietnamese American family in Houston.
Quinn has also taken a creative approach to the traditional dating genre with such series as the holiday dating series 12 Dates of Christmas, meant to celebrate and poke fun at all of those romcoms that audiences eat up around the winter holidays.
Coming up next are competition series The Real Magic Mike, an exhilarating and sexy series that will transform a group of men who’ve “lost their magic” into real-life Magic Mikes, as well as The Hype, set in the colliding worlds of streetwear, business and culture with hip hop superstar and fashion trendsetter Offset, and Tattletales, a celebrity-driven comedy game show that’s hosted and executive produced by Ayesha and Stephen Curry.
Previously, Quinn was Head of Development for Matt Kunitz’s Pulse Creative, under a deal at Lionsgate, where they created and produced pilots, network presentations and series including Kicking and Screaming for FOX, Candy Crush for CBS, and Kevin Hart: What the Fit for YouTube. Rebecca served as Executive Producer on all three series. Prior to Lionsgate, Rebecca served as Supervising Producer on Wipeout, Deal or No Deal, Fear Factor, and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.