Orion Entertainment Adds Two to TV Development Team

Denver-based television production company Orion Entertainment has hired Allison Boon and Katie Fimple to the TV development team.

The two new hires mark momentum for Orion’s expanded development and casting efforts.

Boon joins the company in the newly created position of vice president of development. Previously, she served as senior director of development at RIVR Media in Los Angeles where she produced content for History, H2, E! Entertainment, Travel Channel, TLC, WE tv and National Geographic. She will relocate for her new post.

Fimple, coming from High Noon Entertainment, joins Orion as director of development. At High Noon, where she was an associate and casting producer for The Cooking Channel’s “Taco Trip” and “GRUBsessed.” Fimple got her start in the NBC Page Program, before working in field production, casting and coordination for shows on Discovery, Animal Planet, The Weather Channel and Travel Channel.

“As we expand and align our development and casting departments, Allison and Katie are proven performers that we are delighted to add to the Orion family,” CEO, Chris Dorsey commented.

Orion is behind unscripted series including DIY’s “Building Alaska” and HGTV’s “Tiny House, Big Living.”

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