RINA MIMOUN, executive producer
Rina Mimoun started her television career as a WGA intern on the Fox sitcom "Ned & Stacey," landing her first staff-writing position on the UPN sitcom "Guys Like Us." Her credits include "Jack & Jill," "Dawson's Creek," "Everwood," "Gilmore Girls," "Pushing Daisies," "Privileged" (which she created for the CW), "Eastwick" and "Hart of Dixie." Mimoun serves on the board of the Catherine H. Tuck Foundation, a charity offering financial aid to women with breast cancer.
KJ STEINBERG, executive producer
KJ Steinberg started her television career as a staff writer on "Judging Amy," and spent the following year writing for "Beautiful People" before co-creating the critically acclaimed ABC drama "The Nine" with brother Hank Steinberg. She was co-executive producer for the first and fourth seasons of "Gossip Girl" and supervising producer for "State of Mind," starring Lili Taylor. Steinberg has written and produced multiple pilots for ABC, including last year's romantic period drama, "The Gilded Lilys," starring Blythe Danner.
ROBERT SERTNER, executive producer
Bob Sertner has executive-produced some of television's most successful projects, including multiple series and over 125 movies for television. His most recent series credits include ABC's "No Ordinary Family" and the hit drama "Revenge." His long list of television movies include the record-shattering docudrama "The Pregnancy Pact"; "Girl Positive," a multiple award-winning drama about the tragedy of teen AIDS, for which he won an inaugural Television Academy Honors Award; the critically acclaimed and highly rated "We Were the Mulvaneys," based on the best-selling novel by Joyce Carol Oates and nominated for three Emmy Awards; and "Gracie's Choice," winner of the Prism Award for excellence in depiction of drug and alcohol abuse and starring Kristen Bell and Anne Heche in an Emmy-nominated performance. Among other highly successful projects Sertner is proud to include on his resume are "Too Young to Die," starring Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis; "Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid"; "To Heal a Nation," a dramatization of the birth of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC; and "The West Side Waltz," with Shirley MacLaine, Liza Minnelli and Kathy Bates -- three Academy Award-winning actresses.
DOUGLAS RAE, executive producer
Douglas Rae is founder and CEO of Ecosse Films, which has produced 12 films and over 300 hours of network television for BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Showtime, Starz Channel and WGBH. His first feature film, "Mrs. Brown," won 12 major international awards, including a BAFTA nomination for Producer of the Year and two Oscar nominations. Other films he has produced include "Charlotte Gray" (starring Cate Blanchett), "Becoming Jane" (with Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy), "Nowhere Boy" (the story of John Lennon's childhood) and "Wuthering Heights" (directed by Andrea Arnold). Rae is currently producing "Diana," starring Naomi Watts.
In television Rae has produced such British favorites as "The Ambassador," "Monarch of the Glen," "Macready & Daughter" and "Raw." He has also produced acclaimed dramas, including "My Boy Jack" (starring Daniel Radcliffe and Kim Cattrall) and "He Kills Coppers." In 2008 he executive-produced the enormously popular "Mistresses" for the BBC, and went on to executive-produce Seasons Two and Three.