Philippe Maigret

Philippe Maigret, President, ITV Studios America, joined the company in 2015 to oversee ITV’s U.S. scripted TV studio operations. He also serves as an advisor on ITV Studios’ worldwide scripted programming strategy and represents ITV on the boards of Tomorrow Studios and Indigenous Media. Prior to joining ITV Studios America, Maigret served as CEO, Endemol Studios, where he launched and managed Endemol’s scripted television studio operations and acquisitions in North America. Under his leadership, Endemol Studios quickly established a strong position as an independent TV studio, with a scripted portfolio that included original hit series “Hell on Wheels” (AMC), now in its fifth season; the critically-acclaimed drama “Kingdom” (DirecTV Audience Network), now in its second season; and scripted formats adapted for U.S. broadcast including “Red Widow” (ABC) and “Low Winter Sun” (AMC). Maigret joined Endemol in March 2010 as Executive Vice President, Acquisitions and delivered the acquired series “Hot in Cleveland” (TV Land) and“Leverage” (TNT). Earlier in his career, Maigret held senior roles at Disney Media Networks, Centropolis Entertainment, Dreamworks SKG and Canal +. His television production credits include “Kingdom” (Executive Producer), “The Young Americans” (Executive Producer) and “Boiling Point” (Co-Executive Producer). Maigret serves on the board of the Hollywood Radio & TV Society and on the Advisory Board for the 2016 Scripted Summit. A graduate of Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris, Maigret currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Dwayne Shattuck

Dwayne Shattuck serves as Executive Vice President, Production at ITV Studios America. In this role, Shattuck will oversee production for the growing roster of scripted television programming produced by ITV Studios in the U.S. market and support ITV Studios America’s affiliated labels and joint ventures in all areas of production. Previously, Shattuck served as Senior Vice President, Production, Endemol Shine Studios. Before joining Endemol Studios, Shattuck produced 52 episodes of the television series "Mad Men," where he won multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, Directors Guild and Producers Guild Awards. In 2010, Dwayne won AFI's "Producer of The Year, in Episodic Television." He also produced the period drama "Magic City" for The Starz Network, "Push Nevada" and "Skin" for producers Jerry Bruckheimer, Ben Affleck and Sean Bailey. Shattuck started in the film industry as a set medic, and has worked as an Assistant Director, Production Manager, and then Producer.

Michael Azzolino

Michael Azzolino serves as Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs, ITV Studios America. In this role, he is responsible for oversight of development and current operations for the growing roster of scripted television programming produced by ITV Studios in the U.S. market. Previously, Azzolino served as Senior Vice President, Jerry Bruckheimer Television, where he was responsible for all aspects of new project development, pilots and current series production, working with the company’s production partners including Warner Bros. Television, CBS Television Studios and most broadcast, cable and streaming networks. During his 11 years with the company, he has worked on series such as Lucifer, the CSI franchise, Hostages, Without a Trace, Cold Case, Dark Blue and CBS’ Training Day. He began his career at NBC before joining WB Television Network and eventually transitioning to CBS Productions as Director, Drama Series where he oversaw drama development and current programming for the in-house studio. Azzolino is a graduate of Boston College.

Tom Lane

Tom Lane serves as Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs, for ITV Studios America. In this role, he oversees all Legal and Business Affairs matters for ITV’s U.S. scripted TV studio operations. Prior to joining ITV in 2014, Tom was a Senior Vice President for CBS, where over a 16 year career he handled a wide variety of work for CBS Television Studios, the CBS Network, CBS Interactive, CBS News, CBS Sports, King World and CBS Studios International. During his time with CBS, Tom had legal oversight over the production of the CSI franchise and many other shows, and handled many of the company’s distribution agreements with key digital partners (e.g., Netflix, Amazon, Apple, etc.) and international licensees. Prior to joining CBS, Tom was a senior attorney with Rosenman & Colin LLP (now Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP), and Director of Business Affairs for National Geographic Television. Tom holds a BA from Columbia University, a JD from Columbia University School of Law, and is licensed to practice law in both New York and California.


Lucienne Papon

Lucienne Papon serves as Senior Vice President, ITV Studios America. In this role, she is responsible for continued growth in development of the company’s development slate and execution of its programs. Previously, Papon served as Head of Development and Production for Martin Campbell Productions. During her time there she launched the company's television division based at ABC Studios, co-executive produced series “Killer Women” (ABC), and originated their business model of mixing traditional pilots, digital content and integrated transmedia development. She had previously worked at the company as their VP of Production and Development for film and television. Her film credits include Associate Producer on “Edge of Darkness” and Co-Producer on “Green Lantern.” Papon is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she was a Morehead-Cain Scholar and she holds an MFA from the Producer’s Program at UCLA’s School of Film, Television and Digital Media.

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Brian Segna

As the Director of Development, Brian Segna is focused on developing scripted series for U.S. cable and broadcast networks. Prior to joining ITV Studios America, he worked in creative development at FX Networks and as an assistant at Creative Artists Agency. Segna is a graduate of UCLA and has an MBA from Columbia Business School.