An Emmy-winning producer, Jordana Hochman is executive vice president and head of east coast programming at ITV America, overseeing production across all projects based out of the company’s New York City headquarters.
Hochman also serves as executive producer on myriad ITV America projects, with current and recent credits including Netflix mega-hit Queer Eye (for which, she’s earned multiple Emmy Awards, among other accolades), Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey, MTV’s True Life: Crime and Becoming for Disney+ (alongside executive producer Lebron James).
Hochman originally joined the ITV America family in 2013 as vice president of programming for Leftfield Pictures, and she’s since held several roles across the ITV America group – shepherding hit series including OWN’s The Book of John Gray and WE tv’s Cutting It: In the ATL – before assuming her current role in 2017.
Prior to ITV, Hochman was vice president of current series at Oxygen, and before that, was director of non-fiction at A&E, overseeing the network’s hit series Intervention and developing projects including Barter Kings, Bordertown: Laredo, and Celebrity Ghost Stories.
Hochman began her production career at MTV, working on network staples including Total Request Live, Diary, True Life and Made.