Former NBC executive Cheryl Dolins has joined Alloy Entertainment as the new head of its television division. She will replace Gina Girolamo, who left in June to head the television division for McG‘s Wonderland Sound and Vision.
Dolins joins Alloy Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros. Television Group, from Grand Central Entertainment, the production company where she was co-partners with actor Anthony Edwards (“ER”). Previously, she worked on NBC comedies, helping to develop “The Office,” “30 Rock” and “My Name Is Earl” as senior vice president. Dolins also held senior positions at NBC Studios and Kelsey Grammer‘s production company, Grammnet Prods.
Additionally, Amanda Bowman joins Alloy as manager of development. She was previously coordinator of programming and development for ABC Family, where she worked on the Alloy Entertainment/Warner Horizon Television show “Pretty Little Liars.” She also worked on digital projects at the cable network. Before joining ABC Family, Bowman held development roles in independent film and on-set productions for television shows including “American Dreams,” “CSI: NY,” “Alias” and “Boston Public.”
Both Dolins and Bowman will be based in Los Angeles.