Mioshi Hill is president of Sirens Media, the award-winning ITV America company behind unscripted hits including Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey and Snapchat favorite Nikita Unfiltered, among many others. Hill leads all creative development and production for the Los Angeles-based label, overseeing a roster of content that encompasses a variety of unscripted genres and formats, propelling stories rooted in pop culture and relevant issues, fronted by splashy talent.
A leader in the female-skewing lifestyle space, Sirens’ other projects include Netflix’s The Wedding Coach and TBS’s exotic social experiment Lost Resort, as well as additional series with Bravo, E!, Snapchat and more.
Hill was previously vice president of non-fiction programming at Lifetime, helming the network’s robust lineup of unscripted fare, spanning true crime, relationship-based social experiments, character-driven docusoaps and stunt series. Among her many credits for the network are upcoming dating project Swipe Swap, executive produced by Sarah Jessica Parker, Little Women: LA and Making a Model with Yolanda Hadid.
Before Lifetime, Hill spent more than 10 years in independent production, developing and producing projects including E!’s House of DVF, starring iconic designer Diane von Furstenberg, Bravo’s Pregnant in Heels and TLC’s Cake Boss. She served as senior vice president of development and creative affairs at Los Angeles-based Hud:sun Media, where she was also integral in building Hud:sun’s digital slate, including the launch of CondéNast Entertainment’s digital channels across Glamour, GQ and Teen Vogue.
Prior to Hud:sun, Hill was on the development team at High Noon Entertainment (now an ITV America company), working across myriad lifestyle series and specials, developing concepts, and researching and casting new projects.