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Suzanne Patmore Gibbs

Date of passing: 
March 29, 2018

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Suzanne Patmore Gibbs was an American television executive.

Patmore Gibbs had been serving as the head of Sony imprint TriStar Television since the division was relaunched in May 2015. The company's first pilot was the 1960s-set newsroom drama Good Girls Revolt at Amazon.

Before TriStar, Patmore Gibbs was executive vice-president of drama development for Sony Pictures Television, where she and her team developed series including The Blacklist at NBC, Masters of Sex at Showtime, Outlander at Starz and Bloodline at Netflix.

Suzanne Patmore Gibbs was an American television executive.

Patmore Gibbs had been serving as the head of Sony imprint TriStar Television since the division was relaunched in May 2015. The company's first pilot was the 1960s-set newsroom drama Good Girls Revolt at Amazon.

Before TriStar, Patmore Gibbs was executive vice-president of drama development for Sony Pictures Television, where she and her team developed series including The Blacklist at NBC, Masters of Sex at Showtime, Outlander at Starz and Bloodline at Netflix.

As a high-ranking executive at Touchstone and ABC, Patmore Gibbs helped develop such shows as Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy and its spinoff Private Practice, Lost, Ugly Betty, Brothers & Sisters, Pushing Daisies and Dirty Sexy Money.

In March 2011, Patmore Gibbs departed ABC Entertainment following four years as executive vice-president of drama development. She had been named senior vice-president of drama development in June 2004.

Patmore Gibbs died March 29, 2018, in Los Angeles, California. She was 50.

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