Shelley Zimmerman and Rebecca Glashow weigh in on leading a digital company that’s aiming to grab Gen Z eyeballs
Awesomeness is only getting started, if you ask Shelley Zimmerman and Rebecca Glashow, who were named co-heads of the company after its acquisition by Viacom last year. Indeed, the new bosses plan to double down on digital content that speaks directly to millennials and Gen Z viewers.
Its first Netflix original series, “Trinkets,” about three high school students who meet in a Shoplifter’s Anonymous meeting, is set to debut this Friday and adds to a growing list of Netflix and Hulu movies in production.
And together with Netflix, Awesomeness is developing a sequel to the 2018 hit Netflix rom-com “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” with stars Noah Centineo and Lana Condor set to return. At the same time, ...