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Lee Hollin has signed a new multi-year deal to remain in his position as executive vice president of television and head of current programming for Lionsgate Television Group.

“Lee has been a driving force in the success of our Television Group, parlaying his strong relationships and industry expertise into keeping an extraordinary number of shows on the air as long-running hit series,” said Kevin Beggs, Lionsgate Television Group chair and chief creative officer. “He has played a particularly integral role in the successful growth of the Power Universe. Lee is a great partner, a talented executive and a respected leader who will continue to be an important part of moving our Television Group forward.”

Hollin was first promoted to his current role in 2019 after first joining Lionsgate in 2018. In his role, he leads the team that handles Lionsgate shows such as “Ghosts” at CBS, “Mythic Quest” and “Acapulco” at Apple TV+, “The Rookie” at ABC, “The Recruit” at Netflix, “Yellowjackets” at Showtime, and “Extended Family” at NBC. He also oversees a wide range of programming at Starz for Lionsgate, including the “Power” universe, “BMF,” “P-Valley,” and “The Serpent Queen.”

“Ghosts” was recently renewed for Season 4 at CBS, while “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” was renewed for Season 5 and “The Rookie” was renewed for Season 7. Hollin played a key role in all three renewals.

Prior to joining Lionsgate, Hollin was vice president of current programming at CBS after serving as director of drama development for CBS Studios. Before that, he served as manager of drama development at Fox where he worked on both “Glee” and “Fringe.”



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