Zoe Rogovin serves as VP of Non-Fiction Programming at SHOWTIME, where she oversees the development and production of premium non-fiction storytelling, including episodic, serialized/anthology and film formats, such as the Emmy award winning news series VICE, variety comedy series ZIWE, hip hop limited series Supervillain: The Rise and Fall of Tekashi69, true con limited series Love Fraud and returning series Couples Therapy, among others. Based in Los Angeles, Zoe is involved with international series acquisitions, and is focused on identifying emerging creators and international filmmakers. She also sits on the ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ Council at SHOWTIME.
Zoe previously held the title of VP, Development at Bravo, where she developed shows including The Real Housewives of Dallas, and Emmy Award winning The Singles Project, Bravo's first real time docu-series, among many others; she also oversaw the acclaimed scripted comedy Odd Mom Out. Zoe held key roles in the development of originals for Bravo's digital partnerships with YouTube, Snapchat and Quibi. She was also a contributing member of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee at NBCU Cable, where she created and moderated the speaker series 'For The Love Of Media' which brings together distinct, inspirational voices from the entertainment industry.
Zoe was listed to 'Forbes 30 Under 30' for 2019. She sits on the board of the UJA's Entertainment and Media Division and is a proud alumna of The University of