Clements had served as president alongside CEO Marty Adelstein since Tomorrow was founded in 2014. The two have been producing partners since 2010 when Clements joined forces with Adelstein and director-producer Shawn Levy in a 20th Century Fox Television-based banner.
Tomorrow launched with a straight-to-series order from NBC for the David Duchovny drama “Aquarius.” The company has a busy pipeline of projects including Netflix’s anime series “One Piece” and a pilot for Showtime “Let the Right One In.”
“Becky has been an incredible partner in establishing Tomorrow Studios as a leader in scripted entertainment,” said Adelstein. “She cultivates longstanding relationships with talent on both sides of the camera and has earned an abundance of trust from network and streaming partners.”
Before aligning with Adelstein, Clements spent 15 years as executive VP of Brillstein-Grey Television, shepherding such pilots as NBC’s “NewsRadio” and “Just Shoot Me” and ABC’s “Samantha Who.”
“Marty is a great friend and partner. He and I have always shared a mutual appreciation for one another as we have grown Tomorrow Studios into a meaningful scripted production company,” Clements said. “We are bold in our storytelling, committed to A-list talent, and we share a goal of creating interesting series with global appeal. I appreciate this formalized partnership reflecting our daily collaboration and to be a part of a company where I look forward to going to work every day.”