Rina Mimoun is an American television writer
Mimoun has written for many Warner Bros. Television critical darlings such
as: "Pushing Daisies," "Gilmore Girls," "Jack & Jill," "Guys Like Us," "Dawson's Creek" and "Everwood," in which
she demonstrated her most accomplished writing
During the 2008-09 television season, Mimoun developed and
exec-produced the critically acclaimed series "Privileged
," for Warner Bros. Television and The
CW. Based on the popular Zoey Dean novel "How To Teach Filthy Rich
Girls," the series was nominated for a People's Choice Award.
Mimoun currently serves as a writer and consulting producer on the
ABC drama Eastwick
She is represented by The United
On her work for Everwood
started out as head writer and supervising producer, making the
transition to co-executive producer after the season 1 episode
"Colin The Second". She held this title until after season 2 ended,
when creator/executive producer Greg
left the show to develop the series Jack and Bobby
. Mimoun was then placed
in charge as executive producer and showrunner for "Everwood's"
final two seasons.
Mimoun's episodes of "Everwood" were usually the most pivotal or
emotional in the show's history, as she co-wrote mostly with
creator/executive producer Greg Berlanti.
- "The Last of Summer" – co-written by Greg Berlanti – season
- "Daddy's Little Girl" – co-written by Joan Binder Weiss
- "Just Like In The Movies"
- "Unspoken Truths" – co-written by Greg Berlanti
- "The Day Is Done" – co-written by Michael Green and Greg
Berlanti – season finale
- "For Every Action" – season premiere
- "The Reflex" – co-written by Anna
- "Oh The Places You'll Go" – teleplay by Rina Mimoun and
David Hudgins, story by Bruce
- "Where The Heart Is" – co-written by Michael Green – season
- "A Kiss To Build A Dream On" – season premiere
- "Goodbye, Love" – co-written by Greg Berlanti
- "Foreverwood Pt. II" – co-written by David Hudgins – series
- "Pilot" - series premiere
- "All About Honesty"
- "All About the Power Position" - co-written by Christopher Fife
- "All About the Ripple Effect" - co-written by David Babcock
- "All About Tough Love" - co-written by Christopher Fife
- "All About a Brand New You!" - series finale
- "Fleas and Casserole"
- "Bonfire and Betrayal" - co-written by Maggie Friedman