Sr. Production Executive, Original Programming, Unscripted and Features
Tina Apostolopoulos is Sr. Production Executive on Bell Media’s Original Programming team. In this role, Tina works with Canadian production companies and filmmakers on the development and production of various original unscripted series, feature films and documentaries for Bell Media’s suite of channels and platforms, including the main conventional channel CTV, premium SVOD service Crave, and specialty channels Discovery and CTV Life.
Currently, Tina is overseeing Crave Original upcoming docu-series We're All Gonna Die (Even Jay Baruchel), as well as Ryan McMahon’s Thunder Bay based on Canadaland’s ground-breaking podcast. For CTV, Tina is working on an upcoming dating series Farming for Love and the multi-award winning Mary Makes It Easy with Mary Berg. For Discovery, Tina is working on an upcoming competition series A Cut Above as well as Pets & Pickers. Past CTV series include Masterchef Canada and Holmes Family Effect. Tina is also an executive on a variety of award-winning and critically-acclaimed feature film documentary programming for Crave, including A.rtificial I.mmortality, The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel, Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, Sharkwater Extinction, Carmine Street Guitars – all of which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Tina is the Diversity and Inclusion (D & I) Lead for the Original Programming group, a member of Bell Media’s D & I Task Force and the D & I Content Advisory Committee, as well as the D & I Think Tank.
Prior to joining Bell Media, Tina was a sought-after director and producer for a number of award-winning, highly-rated reality and factual entertainment series, such as, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA (CTV), CANADIAN IDOL (CTV), and PROJECT RUNWAY CANADA (GLOBAL).