Just in time for the new fall season, Warner Bros. TV has shuffled its current programming department, hiring two execs and upping two more.
The studio has hired Lisa Lang to join the team as vice president of current programming, while department vets Adrienne Turner and Kimberly Metcalf have also been handed VP titles. Rachel Filippelli has joined the team as a manager of current programming.
Lang, Turner and Metcalf report to senior VP Melinda Hage.
“Adrienne and Kim have proven invaluable to our department, consistently demonstrating outstanding dedication and leadership, combined with excellent creative instincts,” Hage said. “Lisa Lang is an exceptional executive with a stellar reputation in the industry.”
Lang previously served as head of comedy programming at Universal TV. At Warner Bros. TV, she’ll oversee production on the studio’s new laffers “I’m With Her,” “Two and a Half Men” and “All About the Andersons.”
Turner, who most recently was director of current programs, handles current duties on “Friends,” “Good Morning Miami,” “Gilmore Girls” and “The Stones.” She joined Warner Bros. TV in August 1999.
As for Metcalf, who had served as director of current programs since July 1999, she’ll oversee dramas “Without a Trace,” “Cold Case,” “Skin” and “Smallville.” And Filippelli will work on new sitcoms “Run of the House” and “Rock Me Baby.”