Pipski recently oversaw development and production of NBC's “About a Boy”
Working Title Television head Daniel Pipski joined Miramax TV on Wednesday in the newly created role of vice president, Television.
Pipski is responsible for developing and producing original series, as well as concepts from the Miramax library and third party television projects. He will report to Miramax executive vice president, Production and Development, Zanne Devine.
Miramax TV has several series in various stages of development and production for which Pipski will now assume responsibility, such as Robert Rodriguez‘s “From Dusk Till Dawn” TV series for El Rey Network, recently picked up for a second season, and Martin Scorsese‘s “Gangs of New York” TV series with writer Jay Cocks.
Before joining Miramax, Pipski was the head of Working Title Television where he oversaw the development and production of NBC comedy “About a Boy,” created by Jason Katims. He also developed drama and comedy projects for NBC, Fox, HBO, AMC, Cinemax, Xbox and NBC International.
Prior to Working Title, Pipski served as senior vice president, Production at Groundswell Productions. Before that, he was senior vice president, Development at LivePlanet.
“We are very happy to have Daniel on board with his experience, great taste and excellent talent relationships,” said Devine in a press release. “There are amazing opportunities in television right now and Daniel will be essential in establishing Miramax's position during this exciting time.”
Pipski added, “I am thrilled to join Zanne and the entire team at Miramax. The company has a strong foundation and all the tools at its disposal to become a significant player.”