‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Producer Gets a Netflix Opportunity

‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Producer Gets a Netflix Opportunity

Netflix has inked a multi-year overall partnership with “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” executive producer Marti Noxon.

Under the contract, the Emmy Award-nominated director, producer, and creative writer will make a new series of shows exclusively for the streaming giant.

Furthermore, Netflix will get to assess the feature works of Noxon. The track record in the entertainment industry of Noxon undoubtedly impressed the leading streaming service provider.

She has established her storytelling career with emphasis on being well-timed, fresh, and candid.

Noxon has spent hundreds of hours in the TV sector, creating unique projects that have continuously connected with the viewers.

She is known for her employment of striking and tough female characters. The Peabody prize-winning first season of “UnREAL” and “Dietland” are among her most recent creations.

In addition, Noxon is also behind “Sharp Objects,” which stars Amy Adams and was received well by screenplay critics.

Besides the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” series, the prolific writer has been instrumental in the creation of other successful and popular programming of the past 20 years.

Among them are “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Mad Men,” and “Glee.” Furthermore, in the film portion, Noxon wrote and launched her feature directorial stint with the Netflix original movie, “To the Bone.”

The influential film premiered in a contest in last year’s Sundance Film Festival. Noxon will still carry on with the projects of her production firm called Tiny Pyro even if she is now connected to Netflix.

Netflix’s Original Content Vice President, Cindy Holland, praised Noxon as a “brilliant and visionary creator.”

She cited that the accomplished writer has helped raise awareness about the innermost feelings and troubles of the complex women of the contemporary times.

Holland described Noxon’s work as frequently both courageous and defenseless, amusing, and contains a distinct voice. Noxon expressed her delight with her new job with Netflix.

She expressed her pride to work with the triumphant streaming service giant, describing it as alluring and consecutively producing unique content.

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