Jenji Kohan
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United States

Tilted Productions


The fourth and final season of Kohan’s Netflix women’s wrestling dramedy “GLOW” had to shut down after two episodes because of the pandemic, but she turned lemons into lemonade by using COVID-19 as creative fodder for “Social Distance,” an eight-episode anthology on Netflix about people living under quarantine that had its actors self-shoot their segments. She also managed to release the series “Teenage Bounty Hunters” on the streamer ⁠— well received but cancelled after its debut season. The shows are the latest products of Kohan’s long and fruitful collaboration with Netflix, which began with one of its first original series, women’s prison dramedy “Orange Is the New Black,” which earned 20 Emmy nominations over the course of seven seasons.


  • GLOW


  • Brandeis University (MA, USA)
  • Columbia University (NY, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
  • Showrunners Impact
  • TV Producers Impact
  • Women's Impact
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Jenji Kohan's Son Dies in Utah Skiing Accident on New Year's Eve

Jenji Kohan's Son Dies in Utah Skiing Accident on New Year's Eve

The 20-year-old son of "Orange Is the New Black" creator Jenji Kohan died in a skiing accident in Park City, Utah, on New Year's Eve, according to local authorities.Charlie Noxon, a junior at Columbia University, was on an intermediate trail near Canyons Village at the Park City Mountain Resort at the time of the crash. He hit a sign while attempting to negotiate a turn at a fork in the trail, according to Lt. Andrew Wright of the Summit County...


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