Full Name
Alison Dammann
Job Title
SVP, Development
Good Caper Content, an ITV America company

Alison Dammann is senior vice president of development at Good Caper Content, the ITV America company devoted to crime and investigative programming. Recent and current Good Caper series and specials include Netflix’s hit docuseries Escaping Twin Flames; ID’s Let Us Prey: A Ministry of Scandals; Oxygen’s New York Homicide and Final Moments (produced in partnership with Dick Wolf); A&E’s Exposing Parchman (a Roc Nation co-production) and BTK: Confession of a Serial Killer; discovery+’s Holy Heist and Fruitcake Fraud; TLC’s Taken at Birth; and MTV’s True Life Crime. 

Prior to Good Caper, Dammann was director of development at Vox Media Studios, where she created and shepherded original projects for networks, platforms and partners like Facebook Watch, Sundance TV, YouTube Originals and Participant Media, including the Netflix mega-hit Keep Sweet: Pray & Obey, which was nominated for an IDA Documentary Award and a Cinema Eye Honors Award. 

Formerly, Dammann was director of development at Mashable Studios, helping launch the company’s entertainment arm, including a slate of 40+ original scripted and unscripted series for both digital and linear platforms. She was also previously on the development team at 44 Blue Productions, aiding in the expansion of the company’s slate – encompassing projects across every unscripted genre, for networks including Discovery, Oxygen, A&E, E!, TLC, Freeform, MSNBC, Lifetime and others. 

Dammann began her career at Critical Content, where she helped develop series across more than 25 networks, including MTV’s Catfish, Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race, FOX’s Home Free and Sundance’s The Writer’s Room.

Alison Dammann