ZETNA FUENTES is a television and theater director. She recently directed the pilot of the upcoming series, “Bosch: Legacy.” Her credits include “The Girl From Plainville,” “The Great,” “Super Pumped,” “The Nevers,” “The Old Man,” the pilot and second episode of “Cursed,” “The Deuce,” “Ray Donovan,” “Shameless,” “The Chi,” “Jessica Jones,” “This is Us,” “Bosch,” “Snowfall,” “Longmire,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Jane the Virgin.”

Zetna has been nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards, an NAACP Award for Outstanding Directing, and an Imagen Award for Best Director. Zetna was selected for the inaugural ReFrame Rise Program, founded by Sundance and WIF, the Disney/ABC DGA Directing Program as well as the CBS Directing Initiative.

Zetna began her directing career in New York theater working on numerous critically acclaimed Off-Broadway productions. Her theatre credits include directing “Safe” by Ron Fitzgerald and co-directing Francine Volpe’s “The Given” and “Late Fragment” with Michael Imperioli, all at Studio Dante.

Zetna recently served on the National Board of the Directors Guild of America and as an Alternate on the Western Directors Council. She was born and raised in the Bronx and was the recipient of the 2006 Groundbreaking Latina in the Arts Award from Catalina Magazine and the National Association of Latina Leaders (NALL).