Warner Bros. TV is shuffling the ranks in its development and current programming departments.
Topping the changes: Clancy Collins White has been upped to senior VP of drama development, while Stephanie Groves is now senior VP of current programming.
New structure was unveiled Tuesday by Warner Bros. TV prexy Peter Roth.
Moves come following this spring’s executive shuffle at Warner Bros. TV, in which Leonard Goldstein ankled his job to head up Josh Schwartz’s and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire shingle, and Susan Rovner was named exec veep of development.
Now, Collins White takes over Rovner’s old job as head of drama development. She continues to report to Rovner.
Collins White has been VP of drama at Warner Bros. since 2007, working on shows such as “V” and “Chase.”
Groves reports to Melinda Hage, Warner Bros. TV’s exec VP of current programming. Groves has spent a dozen years at Warner Bros. TV, most recently as VP of current programming.
Among the other changes, Lisa Roos has been upped to VP of drama development, while Matthew King joins the studio as VP of drama development, having previously served as VP of TV at McG’s Wonderland Sound and Vision.