Meet the Jupiter Team
Stephen Land is among America’s most prolific and successful television producers. Over the course of his career, Stephen has created and produced scripted and non-scripted projects across multiple genres for virtually every US media group. Dividing his time between the company’s Manhattan and Tennessee offices, he is primarily focused on creative growth and long-term strategy.
Based in Jupiter’s New York office, Allison Wallach leads the charge in expanding Jupiter’s content portfolio into new genres and distribution platforms. Previously, Allison represented Jupiter as an Agent in UTA’s alternative television department, where she helped grow, develop and expand the agency’s international, talent and cable television businesses. Before UTA, she oversaw scripted and unscripted series for the BBC and Lifetime Television.
Robert Twilley oversees Jupiter’s legal, financial and production operations. His years as a producer and his business acumen allow him to balance the creative needs of production with the scheduling and budgetary demands of networks. His eye for talent makes him key to building and managing Jupiter’s creative and dynamic staff.
Todd Moss plays a key role in the creation, production, and continued success of several highly-acclaimed factual series. Todd has worked in a variety of genres, from competition to long-form documentary. He has written, directed, and supervised such long-running hits as City Confidential, Human Weapon, Biography, Modern Marvels, Snapped, Gangland, Fatal Attraction and Homicide Hunter.
Deborah Allen has played a senior role in the development and production of nonfiction series and specials over the past 20 years, and has produced prime-time shows for A&E, Investigation Discovery, TLC, History Channel, National Geographic, Biography, Oxygen, Reelz and Fuse. She has served as Show Runner for many of Jupiter’s critically-acclaimed shows including City Confidential and Snapped.
Based in the New York office, Harrison Land oversees Jupiter Entertainment’s ever-growing development department while simultaneously executive producing a diverse slate of unscripted projects. With his passion for world-class storytelling, ability to secure fruitful partnerships, and expertise in business development, he has successfully developed and sold over twenty series and specials across a variety of genres to multiple networks, as well as secured dozens of fully funded development projects. Combining his abilities as a strong leader and creative collaborator, some of the projects he's developed include Investigation Discovery’s The Atlanta Child Murders, ABC’s Game Changers with Robin Roberts, History's God Code, Investigation Discovery’s record-shattering ID Murder Mystery series, and TVOne’s powerhouse Fatal Attraction, which has aired over 200 episodes. After proving himself to be an integral part of Jupiter's sale to European powerhouse Sky, Harrison was named one of Cablefax’s “Overachievers Under 30”.
Steven McGovern is based in the New York office and oversees Jupiter’s day-to-day production operations, including budgeting and scheduling for all of Jupiter’s projects. Previously, Steven was Head of Production at Leopard USA, and before he came to the United States in 2011, he worked extensively in the UK producing programming for a variety of major networks including BBC, ITV, CH4 and CH5.
Beverly Rice is based in the Knoxville office and oversees the Financial Operations of Jupiter Entertainment, including Human Resources, Payroll, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Budgets, and Cash Management. Prior to life at Jupiter, Beverly has another 10+ years experience in the Accounting arena holding titles anywhere from Finance Assistant to VP of Finance.
A 2002 graduate of Columbia College-Chicago, Angela began her career in LA, earning credits on feature films such as 'I Spy', 'Legally Blonde 2', 'Kicking and Screaming', and the Academy Award-snubbed 'Soul Plane'. In 2007, she returned to her native Chicago where she worked in post-production at Towers Productions, collaborating with networks such as Discovery, Animal Planet, A&E, and The Weather Channel. The Smoky Mountains (and Jupiter) called in 2013, and Angela and her family moved to Knoxville. Since then, she has proven to be a remarkable asset to Jupiter, overseeing the massive growth of post-production, the expansion of our facilities in both Knoxville and New York, and day-to-day post-production operations at both locations.