Marci Wiseman is Co-President of Blumhouse Television, along with her partner Jeremy Gold. Together they are leading the expansion of the Blumhouse brand beyond horror content to explore not only genre material, but also dark, provocative subject matter across a portfolio of scripted and unscripted television series and streaming movies that includes Sharp Objects, The Good Lord Bird, No One Saw a Thing, Fall River and an Amazon eight-film anthology.
Since joining Blumhouse in 2016, Wiseman and Gold successfully relaunched Blumhouse Television as a vibrant independent studio with projects in production with different networks and streaming platforms. The company is currently in production on Into the Dark, a first-of-its-kind ongoing monthly horror anthology series at Hulu. The indie studio has also earned critical acclaim including a Golden Globe® and Critics Choice Award for Sharp Objects; Golden Globe, Critics’ Choice and Writer’s Guild Award nominations for The Loudest Voice starring Russell Crowe, garnering him a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nomination; and Emmy® Awards for its productions of The Normal Heart and The Jinx.
The duo have also built a significant feature-length documentary division with projects that include This is Home, the 2018 Sundance Audience Award winner and recipient of the prestigious duPont/Columbia School of Journalism Award, the lauded, WGA award-winning Bathtubs Over Broadway and A Secret Love produced with Ryan Murphy for Netflix.
As a long-time executive at AMC, Wiseman launched AMC Studios, whose first series was the mega-hit The Walking Dead and for which she orchestrated the unprecedented day-and-date global release of the series. As the sole executive responsible for building AMC’s highly successful distribution business, Wiseman brokered the cable group’s first exclusive SVOD deal as well subsequent SVOD and long-term distribution deals.
Wiseman was previously Executive Vice President of Global Production and Business Affairs at eOne Television. From 2000-2010, Wiseman owned a consulting firm developing, designing and managing new business models for various clients. Wiseman previously ran business affairs at Pressman Films and served as a Vice President of Business Affairs on the feature side at Columbia (Sony) Pictures. Wiseman also served in the Riordan administration as Assistant Deputy Mayor, Economic Development for Los Angeles.
She received her law degree from New York University and earned her bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University. Wiseman is involved with, and has been honored by, Juvenile Diabetes Research (JDRF) – LA and A Place Called Home. Wiseman was included in The Hollywood Reporter’s “2018 Women in Entertainment Power 100” list.