As it restructures its programming department, Warner Bros. Television has created a new scripted programming development executive team made up four upper-level female executives with a proven track record.
Clancy Collins-White is the new executive vice president of drama development, after her former team in drama development created four shows ordered to series, including DC Comics property Batwoman and the Riverdale spinoff series Katy Keene.
Adrienne Turner is the new senior vice president, head of comedy development. Previously the VP of comedy development, she'll run the comedy team and work on the development of shows like Young Sheldon and Mom.
Warner Bros. will also promote creative executives Odetta Watkins and Maddy Horne into executive vice president positions, with Horne in charge of broadcast network programming and Watkins supervising non-broadcast shows, such as Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Westworld.
“Clancy, Adrienne, Maddy and Odetta are all outstanding creative executives who have made invaluable contributions to the success of Warner Bros. Television,” said WBTV’s co-president Susan Rovner in a statement, via Variety. "I am so excited to have this team in place to lead WBTV into the future.”