Liberatore is executive vice president of television for Rideback, the film and television company founded by producer Dan Lin. Liberatore oversees all television production and development for the company, which has a broadcast deal at CBS Television Studios. Recently, Liberatore helped to develop, in partnership with MRC, the Rideback TV Incubator, a new writer residency program that financially and creatively supports TV drama writers from diverse backgrounds and helps them create their own original shows aimed at the cable and streaming space.
Prior to Rideback, Liberatore spent two years as vice president for Sony Pictures Television’s boutique TriStar label where she worked in development and current programming. At TriStar she worked on multiple pilots and series, including Hulu’s Shut Eye and Amazon’s Good Girls Revolt and The Last Tycoon. As a producer, Liberatore has developed shows for Netflix, Hulu, HBO, E!, FOX, NBC, ABC and CBS. Prior to her role as a studio executive, Liberatore worked at talent-based production companies, including Krysten Ritter’s Silent Machine Entertainment and Ryan Reynolds’ and Allan Loeb’s DarkFire TV. Her first job in television was at Film 44 where she produced the HBO docuseries On Freddie Roach about the world-class boxing trainer. Liberatore began her career in features at The Mark Gordon Company where she was based for six years.