T GROUP is a premier reality television production company that develops, sells, produces and licenses shows and formats domestically and internationally. Since Jenny Daly established T Group in 2010, T Group has produced hits such as “Storage Hunters” (TruTV), “Invention USA” (History), and "Mystery Diners" and “Private Chefs of Beverly Hills” (Food Network).
Currently, T Group is in production on "Ozzy & Jack's World Detour" (History), "Ink Paper Scissors" (BET), “24 to Life” - Season 2 (Lifetime), and scripted comedy, "The Joey Mac Project" (Pop). Past Projects include “Container Wars” (TruTV), "A Wicked Offer" (CW), "Gold Diggers" (Animal Planet), “Celebrities Undercover” (Oxygen), “In The Big House” (Logo), “House of Food” (MTV), as well as projects with E!, A&E, Spike, Natgeo, TLC, and VH1.
Since establishing T Group in 2010, Daly has created, sold and produced over three dozen series to a wide range of networks including hit shows such as Storage Hunters and Container Wars (truTV), Invention USA (History), Mystery Diners (Food Network) and the upcoming formats House of Food (MTV), Church Rescue(NatGeo), Thingamabob (H2) and Secret Celebrity (Oxygen).
Before launching T Group, Daly served as Vice President of Development at E! Entertainment where she was responsible for developing The Simple Life, #1 Single, Love is in the Heir, Fight For Fame, Last Bride Standing and Starveillance. Prior to E! she executive produced and created such series as the Fashionista Diaries (Soapnet), Night Club Confessions (Fox Reality), Pageant Mom’s Unleashed (E!), Friend of Foe (GSN) and Party Crashers (MTV).
In the scripted and feature film area Daly has set up scripted deals with FX with 'Neopolitian' and 'Digital Diaries' with Touchstone and has served as Producer on 3 features including Shadow of Fear, Asylum Days and Shaded Places.
After moving out to Los Angeles from Miami David Kelleher found a home and passion in the entertainment industry. Focusing on a career within the business of television, Mr. Kelleher quickly rose up the corporate ladder with Comcast Entertainment Group, where he met Jenny Daly. From 2002 until 2008 Mr. Kelleher worked as an Executive In Charge of Production for E! Entertainment and the Style Network. While at E! and Style he created and was responsible for their remote offices located in Glendale, CA. Managing over $15,000,000 annually and over 100 employees Mr. Kelleher supervised production and development for shows such as Snoop Dogg’s Fatherhood, Fashion Police, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, How Do I Look?, Clean House, The Look For Less, Style Star, Style Her Famous and Modern Girls Guide as well as multiple specials and pilots. In 2008 Mr. Kelleher left E! and Style to focus his goals more closely on creating and leading a production company. He reconnected with long time associate Jenny Daly and began accomplishing his next goal. For T Group Productions Mr. Kelleher set up policies and procedures as well as oversaw production of multiple pilots, presentations, and series’ including Storage Hunters for TruTV, Invention USA for History, Private Chefs of Beverly Hills for Food Network and Battle of the Wedding Designers for TLC. With jobs ranging from development and production to network representation, Mr. Kelleher brings a strong entrepreneurial focus to every endeavor he works on.
Rob Lobl is a well-respected TV professional who joined T Group in 2011 and served as executive producer for over 30 series, specials, and pilots.
At present, Rob is the head of both the T Group Current Productions and Development departments. Over the last ten years in the business Rob has owned his own production company, been a independent show runner, and has created eight cable TV series and Executive Produced many more for networks including MTV, Oxygen, BET, Style, GSN and Logo.
Prior to returning to his native Southern California in 2001 from the New York City, Rob worked in marketing for major companies including the NFL, and prior to that worked on the development side of the movie industry.
As a graduate of Boston University with a degree in Print Journalism (back when newspapers existed), Rob is a natural storyteller. His passions include sports, politics, and dog rescue, and he is an unabashed coffee addict.
Jeff Marcus oversees the day to day financial operations and fiscal strategy of the production company, encompassing all aspects of financial reporting and control. He also manages the entire production accounting teams that support a slate of reality series that include Storage Hunters (truTV), Mystery Diners (Food Network), Alaska Gold Diggers (Animal Planet), House of Food (MTV), Church Rescue (NatGeo) and Secret Celebrity (Oxygen). Additionally, he is responsible for overseeing the day to day office operations for over 30 employees and up to 400 freelancers.
Marcus joined T Group prior to its launch in January 2010, and was influential in creating the financial model and both establishing and implementing policies and procedures.
He began his career at E! Entertainment and Style Network, working as a Production Accountant and in Production Management for series such as Clean House, Clean House: Messiest Home, Clean House Comes Clean, How do I Look as well as numerous specials including Kimora Lee Simmons and the Kardashian family.
Marcus earned a B.S. in both Finance as well as Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises from The School of Management at Syracuse University.
After departing the Austin music scene in 2002 to experience the broader LA version, Drew Raley quickly found himself in the Field Production trenches for an entertainment industry crash course. With a Bachelor of Arts degree in hand from the University of Texas, he quickly realized that organization and communication in the Post Production world was a better fit. While working for Blind Date, Drew discovered E! Entertainment and literally walked across a courtyard to begin his principle Post education. For the next five years, he rose through the ranks to eventually supervise over a dozen shows and series for the network (and break his ankle playing company slow-pitch coed softball - true story).
In 2010 Drew re-teamed with David Kelleher and Jenny Daly to oversee Post for T Group Productions. Beginning with only two edit bays, one series and a 2-hour special, Drew has overseen the explosive growth of his Post team to 75 employees, 26 edit bays, and over 150 individual episodes delivered. Through dynamic improvement initiatives, he has created a streamlined and technically current Post facility which continues to chase new technology and maintain a friendly atmosphere.
Scott Weiner and Paul Reaney each boasts decades of experience producing shows for both American and international broadcasters, cable companies, and syndicators, as well as creating brand content for some of the biggest companies including Time Inc, P&G, Coke, Kellogg’s, and SCJohnson. They have been part of the launches of worldwide franchises including America’s Got Talent, The Wendy Williams Show, and The Chase.
Former Disney-ABC executive Ann Lewis Roberts and her recently launched production company Roberts Media joined T Group in 2015 in a co-production deal. A unique blend of strategic television executive and creative producer, Ann brings a proven track record of success as a creator, buyer and seller. With roots as a journalist, Ann’s eye for storytelling is at the center of everything she does. Under the deal, Roberts will create, develop and produce unscripted programming with a focus on packaging, formats and talent-driven projects to be co-produced with T Group in the U.S., Canada and the UK. Roberts and Jenny Daly, president of T Group, will serve as executive producers on all series.
Prior to forming Roberts Media, Ann served as head of Disney-ABC’s unscripted studio, as well as senior VP of daytime and syndication programming. There, she developed and launched Emmy winning The Chew and also revived such series as The View and Who Wants to be a Millionaire? In addition, Ann developed a syndicated format with Tyra Banks, to premiere in 2015, and created and sold formats including Family Dance Off (ABC), Social Heights (Bravo), Cha$e (GSN), Psychic in Suburbia (Style) and Stringers (truTV). Before joining ABC, Ann served as VP of development and programming and executive producer for E! and Style where her credits included Clean House, Dr. 90210, How Do I Look? and Whose Wedding Is It Anyway.
Ann is a member of the WGA, DGA, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and Women in Film.
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