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Lee Hollin

Lee Hollin


Senior Vice President & Head of Current Programming at Lionsgate Television

Lee is the Senior Vice President & Head of Current Programming at Lionsgate Television. In this role, Lee oversees all of Lionsgate’s television series for streaming, cable and broadcast networks, including the company’s UK based productions for international platforms.

Lee is the Senior Vice President & Head of Current Programming at Lionsgate Television. In this role, Lee oversees all of Lionsgate’s television series for streaming, cable and broadcast networks, including the company’s UK based productions for international platforms.

Recent series include Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (NBC), Love Life (HBOMax), Dear White People (Netflix), Mythic Quest (AppleTV+), First Ladies (Showtime), Hightown (Starz), Manhunt (Spectrum), as well as upcoming series for Lionsgate-owned Starz network, including Heels, Step Up, Run the World, Becoming Elizabeth, Dangerous Liaisons, BMF, and several spinoffs of the flagship Power, among others.

Prior to his role of Lionsgate, Lee was Vice President, Current Programming at CBS Network and CBS TV Studios where he oversaw CBS series Madam Secretary, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Doubt, The Odd Couple, and Superior Donuts, in addition to CW's Jane the Virgin. Previously, he was Director, Drama Development at CBS TV Studios, where he developed one-hour television pilots and new series for CBS and CW networks. Those credits include Elementary, Extant, Under the Dome, and Unforgettable.

Lee began his television career at FOX Broadcasting Company, where he served as Manager of Drama Development after being Coordinator of Drama Development & Current Programming. During his time at FOX, Lee worked on shows including Glee, Fringe, Dollhouse, Human Target, Lie to Me, House, Prison Break, 24, Bones, Family Guy, and The Simpsons, among others.
Lee teaches courses at Carnegie Mellon University and UCLA, and is an active member of the TV Academy and the Hollywood Radio and Television Society. Lee received his master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University in Entertainment Industry Management and his bachelor’s in Theatre Arts from University of Pittsburgh.

Courses Taught


  • 93-876 - Television Marketing and Advertising

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