Jeannie Koenigsberg Joins Blumhouse As Head Of TV Physical Production

EXCLUSIVE: Jeannie Koenigsberg has joined Blumhouse as SVP, Physical Production, overseeing physical and post production for television. In the Head of TV Physical Production role, Koenigsberg succeeds Tevin Adelman who left over the summer. Reporting to Lisa Niedenthal, Blumhouse’s Head of Physical Production, Koenigsberg joins the department which includes Jon Romano, who oversees production for theatrical and streaming feature films.

“Jeannie brings a wealth of experience in television production; a deep bench of relationships; and will be a great leader, for TV Production and Post, as we continue to scale our business,” said Niedenthal. “We’re lucky to have her join the team.”

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Jeannie Koenigsberg joins Blumhouse from SK Global, where she served as EVP, Television Production, overseeing production for the company’s television division. Prior to that, she headed up scripted production at Quibi and served as VP, Production at Paramount Television. Koenigsberg spent over a decade at HBO, running production on films. She started her TV career in the unscripted genre, working on cable series and Miss Universe live shows for NBC.

Blumhouse Television recently launched series The Horror of Dolores Roach, starring Justina Machado, on Prime Video; and has the upcoming original film Totally Killer, from director Nahnatchka Khan, the series The Sticky, produced by Jamie Lee Curtis; and The Bondsman, starring Kevin Bacon, also for Amazon. The company also produces a slate of horror/thriller films for MGM+, including: The Passenger, There’s Something Wrong with the Children, and Torn Hearts, among others.

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