LOS ANGELES, CA – August 7, 2018: Miramax’s President of Television Lauren Whitney announced that Sam Bramhall and Caitlin Foito have joined the television department at Miramax. Bramhall will take on the role of Executive Vice President of Television Business Affairs and Foito will be in the role of Senior Vice President of Development. They will oversee the expanding roster of content and producing partners as part of Miramax’s new initiative for television.

"Sam Bramhall is one of the most experienced, well-respected, and knowledgeable Business Affairs executives in television. With the benefit of many years spent at 20th Century Fox, FX and Marvel, Sam is the perfect partner to help build Miramax Television from the ground up. We are so lucky to have him," said Lauren Whitney, President of Television.

"Caitlin Foito has tremendous energy and passion, and has built an excellent reputation by nurturing real connections with writers. She is a wonderful addition to Miramax Television," added Whitney.

"I’m very excited to join the team at Miramax and look forward to working with Bill and Lauren to build a robust TV slate," said Sam Bramhall, EVP of Television Business Affairs.

"I’m thrilled to join Bill and Lauren because I share in their vision and entrepreneurial spirit, which I believe are imperative for achieving success in our rapidly evolving TV business," said Caitlin Foito, SVP of Development.

Bramhall was previously Senior Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs for Marvel Television, where he managed the west coast television business & legal affairs group handling the Netflix shows (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist & The Punisher) as well as Cloak & Dagger (Freeform), Runaways (Hulu) and various co-productions (Legion & The Gifted), animated series and development. Prior to Marvel Television, Bramhall was Senior Vice President of Business Affairs at FX/FX Productions, where he was responsible for business affairs for numerous shows and limited series, including Fargo. He also worked at Twentieth Century Fox Television, handling business affairs for development and a variety of shows including Bones and Modern Family, as well as numerous other matters involved in a high-volume television production business.

Foito most recently served as VP of drama development for ABC Studios, where she oversaw the development of drama series including The Crossing, For The People, Still Star-Crossed, The Catch and the upcoming The Fix for ABC as well as Code Black for CBS. Before her move to ABC Studios in 2014, Foito was director of drama programming for Fox, where she developed shows including The Following, Almost Human, Rake, and Empire. Prior to that, Foito spent seven years at Fox Television Studios, where she oversaw development and production on FX's Lights Out and The Riches.