Legendary Television Taps Noah Greenshner as VP, Scripted Development

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Greenshner will identify branded material and IP for Legendary

Legendary Television has hired Noah Greenshner as Vice President, Scripted Development.

Greenshner previously worked at Closed on Mondays, a sister company to graphic novel publisher Oni Press. During his tenure at Closed on Mondays, he worked on “The Sixth Gun” and the graphic novel “Ghost Projekt” for NBC.

In his new capacity, Greenshner will identify branded material and IP for Legendary, as well as further develop internal projects for the company. He’ll report to Legendary Television Executive Vice President of Scripted Development Peter Johnson.

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Greenshner joins recently Legendary TV hire Greg Siegel in the company’s expanding television and digital media divisions, which are overseen by Bruce Rosenblum.

Late last year, Legendary Television forged an alliance with Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfield’s Red Hour Films to develop and co-produce content for both TV and digital platforms.