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Patrick Reardon

President

Patrick Reardon is President of Jupiter Entertainment.

In his role, Reardon oversees all creative duties, from development to current, and manages the day-to-day operations of both offices in New York and Knoxville.  He is responsible for creating original formats and generating new character driven series for broadcast, cable, and streaming platforms, as well as overseeing a busy production slate that includes a dozen series delivering over 250 hours of programming per year.  Jupiter’s work includes hit true crime franchises such as Snapped (Oxygen), In Pursuit with John Walsh (ID), Southern Gothic (ID), Homicide Hunter (ID), Killer Couples (Oxygen) as well as docusoaps like Muck City and the company’s first feature documentary, First to the Pole: The Forgotten Expedition.

Reardon is an Emmy nominated Producer and executive with over 15 years of industry experience.  Prior to joining the company, he served as the head of the film and television division for Roc Nation where he developed and packaged premium content with A-list talent. While there, the division set up a number of series, including the BBC scripted co-production Noughts and Crosses, a premium HBO documentary series chronicling the Atlanta child murders case and the Amazon documentary series #FreeMeek.

Previously, he held the position of Co-Head of Television for The Weinstein Company, where he oversaw its flagship Project Runway franchise, produced the Peabody Award winning Time: The Kalief Browder Story and the six-part documentary series Rest in Power.  Earlier in his career, Reardon spent time as head of production and development for Original Media where he oversaw production and helped launch long running franchises, including Inkmaster, Comic Book Men, NY Ink, Dual Survivor, and Swamp People.

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Harrison Land

SVP/Executive Producer

Harrison Land is Senior Vice President and Executive Producer at Jupiter Entertainment.

In his role, Land oversees a robust development and production slate of true crime and premium factual series.

Throughout his career at the company, he has successfully developed, sold, and produced over 25 series and specials across a variety of genres to multiple networks, including The Atlanta Child Murders (ID), Game Changers with Robin Roberts (ABC), God Code (History), the record-shattering ID Murder Mystery limited series banner (ID) and the powerhouse Fatal Attraction (TVOne), which has aired over 200 episodes.  Among his most recent executive producer credits are In Pursuit with John Walsh and Southern Gothic, both airing on ID.

Land helped launch the New York office and was instrumental in pivoting the company towards true crime, helping to expand the overall series count by double digits.

After proving himself to be an integral part of Jupiter’s sale to European powerhouse Sky in 2015, Land was named one of Cablefax’s “Overachievers Under 30”.

Born and raised in Knoxville, TN, Land earned a B.B.A. in Managerial Finance from University of Mississippi.

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Todd Moss

SVP/Executive Producer

Todd Moss is Senior Vice President of Programming and Executive Producer at Jupiter Entertainment.

In his role, Moss is tasked with managing creative across a busy production slate that includes nearly a dozen series delivering upwards of 200 hours of programming per year.

Based in the Knoxville office, Moss has spent over a decade with Jupiter developing and overseeing some of the company’s longest running and genre-defining hits such as Snapped (Oxygen) and Homicide Hunter (ID).

This year, he also directed and produced the ambitious feature length documentary First to the Pole: The Forgotten Expedition for Discovery and 4th and Forever: Muck City, a follow doc-series that explores high school football and South Florida youth culture for CuriosityStream. Additional Executive Producer credits include Killer Couples, American Detective, Fatal Attraction, For My Man, Murder Calls, and Murder Chose Me, among dozens more.

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Christopher Spry

VP of Development

Chris Spry is Vice President of Development at Jupiter Entertainment.

Based in the New York office, Spry is responsible for developing unscripted programming across multiple genres for broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.

Previously, he served as Senior Vice President of Production and Development at Hudsun Media where he developed and executive produced series such as The Toy Box with Eric Stonestreet for ABC and nearly 100 episodes of the hit feel good show Returning the Favor with Mike Rowe for Facebook Watch.  With over a decade of television experience, his other producing credits include Million Dollar Listing (Bravo), Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best (WeTV), Married to Medicine (Bravo) and Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (FUSE TV).

 

Katherine Grandy

Director, Development and Production

Katherine Grandy is Director of Production and Development for Jupiter Entertainment.

With a hands-on approach to story development and talent relations, Grandy manages a busy production and development slate, from pre-production through post-production.

Most recently, she served as the Co-Executive Producer on the upcoming series Southern Gothic on ID. Her many producing credits also include Atlanta Child Murders (ID), In Pursuit with John Walsh (ID) and ID Murder Mystery (ID).

In addition to her day-to-day responsibilities, Grandy also spearheaded the New York office’s expanding philanthropic initiatives such as an annual holiday drive for the Shoebox Project and dedicated paid volunteering hours for employees. Additionally, she helped with the creation and sale of Jupiter’s first digital series, Missing Pieces, and played an integral role in the sale of six new series in 2019 including, American Detective (ID) and The Missing (ID).

Based in the New York office and a long time Jupiter employee, Grandy began as an intern while in college and worked her way up the ranks through several positions including Associate Producer, Manager of Development, and Director of Development.

In 2018, Katherine earned a spot on Cablefax’s annual list of “People to Watch”.

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