Melissa Rosenberg

Melissa Rosenberg

Series Creator, Executive Producer, & Showrunner
Marvel’s Jessica Jones

Multiple Emmy nominee Melissa Rosenberg is Series Creator and Showrunner of "Marvel's Jessica Jones," which the much heralded second season launched on Netflix in March, 2018. Since the debut of its first season in November 2015, "Marvel's Jessica Jones," starring Krysten Ritter, has garnered tremendous response and critical acclaim including winning the prestigious Peabody Award for its genre-bending approach. Season 2 picks up with Jessica putting her life back together, when a new case forces her to dig deeper into her past to uncover the reasons why she is what she is.

As one of Hollywood's most versatile, sought-after storytellers, Rosenberg is one of the most successful female screenwriters of all time. Her film credits include all five screenplays for the vampire romance phenomenon, "The Twilight Saga," which grossed more than $3 billion worldwide. She also wrote the hit dance film, "Step Up," which launched a multi-film franchise.

Additional television credits in Rosenberg's diverse range include four seasons as both head writer and Executive Producer of the Showtime original series, "Dexter," where her work on the show helped earn it the prestigious Peabody Award, three Emmy nominations, three Writers Guild of America Award nominations, and two Golden Globe nominations for Best Drama Series. Her additional credits include "Ally McBeal," "The O.C.," "Party of Five," "Boston Public," "The Agency," "The Magnificent Seven," and Creator and Showrunner of ABC's "Red Widow," which was also produced under her Tall Girl Productions banner.

In 2011, Rosenberg formed her own company, Tall Girls Productions, which is focused on developing and producing film and TV series with an emphasis on interesting, complex roles for women in front of and behind the camera.