Zoe Rogovin serves as VP of Non-Fiction Programming for SHOWTIME. An Emmy-nominated, Peabody and DuPont Award-winning executive, she oversees the development and production of the network’s original non-fiction storytelling, including episodic, serialized and film formats.
Traversing the non-fiction genre, Zoe has spearheaded the network’s most recent limited-series successes including WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT COSBY, Bad Robot’s first non-fiction series UFO, music saga SUPERVILLAIN: THE RISE AND FALL OF TEKASHI 6IX9INE, and psycho-crime doc BURIED, the first American production for its filmmakers.
She is also responsible for the network’s returning series including critically acclaimed COUPLES THERAPY, sketch-comedy ZIWE, and award-winning global news series VICE. Zoe has steered applauded documentaries that focus on iconic personalities including YOU’RE WATCHING VIDEO MUSIC BOX about hip hop legend Ralph McDaniels, and SHERYL, Sheryl Crow’s first and only documentary that premiered at SXSW.
Based in Los Angeles, Zoe has a lens toward identifying emerging creators and international filmmakers, and a focus on challenging the boundaries of the non-fiction genre. Currently, she is working on a hybrid spy-thriller series with decorated director Greg Barker and the renowned creators of the Israeli hit series, Fauda.
She previously held the title of VP, Development at Bravo, where she developed shows including The Real Housewives of Dallas,Family Karma, Backyard Envy, and Emmy Award winning The Singles Project, Bravo's first real time docu-series, among others. Zoe also developed and oversaw scripted comedy Odd Mom Out.
Zoe was listed to 'Forbes 30 Under 30' in 2019. She sits on the board of the UJA’s Entertainment and Media Division and is a proud alumna of The Univers