Dane C Reiley recently served as Senior Director of Development and Production at MTV and mtv2 where he developed unscripted series such as Middle of the Night Show, produced massive live events including MTV’s NYE 2015, and headed innovative scripted and hybrid concepts during his years at the network.
Prior to his post at MTV, Reiley spent his time chasing New Yorkers with Billy Eichner as Co-Executive Producer of Billy On The Street - a series he developed for Funny or Die, narrowly evading incarceration with Eric Andre and Hannibal Buress for The Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim, and helping introduce the masses to the immense talents of Reggie Watts with Reggie's inaugural standup special Why Sh*t so Crazy? for Comedy Central.
Edwin Zane started his career working as Oliver Stone’s assistant during the production of The Joy Luck Club, Natural Born Killers, and Nixon. He then crossed over into television, first working at CBS then as Aaron Spelling’s Development Coordinator where he was part of the team that created the generational hit “Seventh Heaven”. Zane’s prolific scripted development career continued at various networks - such as FX, USA, SyFy - where his accomplishments include hits like The Shield, Monk, and Battlestar Galactica.
After an impressive run as a network executive, Zane moved over to the seller side where he developed a slew of unscripted shows for networks including Netflix, Spike, and History, has consulted on the hit animated franchise Avatar: The Last Airbender, and developed and produced series for comedians and celebrities such as Craig Ferguson, Zach Efron, Anthony Anderson, and Kevin Hart.