Maira Suro served as an Executive Producer of the USA Network original series The 4400.
Suro's current partnership with reality giant Renegade 83 began in July 2003. The first season of THE 4400 yielded three Emmy nominations including "Outstanding Miniseries," "Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special" and "Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie."
Her previous partnership with Francis Ford Coppola ran from July 2001 to July 2003. During that time, she produced the acclaimed hip-hop drama series "Platinum," which aired on UPN in 2004.
Prior to UPN, Suro was the vice president of series development for Spelling Entertainment Group, where she developed several series, including Warner Brothers hits "7th Heaven" and "Charmed". Suro's television experience started at Columbia Pictures Television as manager of drama development, where she developed one-hour series as well as movies of the week and miniseries. She was then hired at CBS as the director of drama development, where she developed over 100 one-hour scripts and supervised more than 25 pilots, including subsequent series "Chicago Hope" and "Touched by an Angel." Suro is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, where she earned a BA in Sociology.