Emmy-nominated writer, producer and director Marti Noxon has signed a multi-year overall deal with Netflix.Under the deal, Noxon will produce new series programming exclusively for Netflix. Additionally, Netflix will have a first-look option on Noxon’s feature projects through the pact, as well. Noxon will continue to produce all projects through her production company, Tiny Pyro. Maria Grasso will make the move to Netflix, as well, continuing in her role as president of Tiny Pyro. Noxon previously had an overall deal...
Noxon joined the ever-expanding club of TV creators with rich overall deals at Netflix in November 2018, and she’s been hard at work developing projects for the streamer, including the fantasy series “The Witches of New York,” YA fare “My Name Is Memory” with Janet Lin (“Bones”) and “How to Disappear” with Jared Frieder (“Sweet Vicious”). She’s also developing a feature based on Shannon Watt’s book “Fight Like a Mother,” about the grassroots gun-safety movement. Noxon established herself as an in-demand writer-exec producer on such series as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Mad Men” and “Glee” before going out to create a string of acclaimed shows— “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” (Bravo), “Dietland” (AMC), “UnREAL” (Lifetime) and “Sharp Objects” (HBO) among them.