Over the past 25 years, Nicholas Caprio has contributed to hundreds of hours of television and digital content. He serves as Chief Current Officer and General Manager at Pilgrim Media Group, a Lionsgate Company, overseeing the production of all of Pilgrim’s programs, including Hoffman Family Gold and Street Outlaws (and its spinoffs) for Discovery; Wicked Tuna and Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks for National Geographic; My Big Fat Fabulous Life for TLC; Ghost Hunters for Travel Channel; and many others. Caprio also oversees Lionsgate Sound, Lionsgate’s new audio division operated by Pilgrim.
Caprio is a Co-Executive Producer of Netflix’s Peabody Award Winning series High on The Hog, executive produced the groundbreaking OWN documentaries Lindsay and Michael Sam, and produced the documentary features Wolfman’s Got Nards and The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story, which premiered at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival. In addition, Caprio was an Executive Producer of the Sundance Film Festival Audience Wining August Willson Documentary Giving Voice and Eli Roth’s Fin, which premiered on Discovery+ in July of 2121. As a theatre producer, he has earned two Ovation awards, which honor excellence in theater in Southern California, and is on the board of the IAMA Theatre Company.
Prior to Pilgrim, Caprio, an Emerson College graduate, was executive vice president of Gay Rosenthal Productions, vice president of production for Oxygen Media, and director of West Coast production for VH1. Additional credits include Behind the Music for VH1, TLC’s Little People Big World, Style’s Ruby, and OWN’s The Judds and Why Not with Shania Twain.