Fox Alternative Entertainment is searching for a studio head as the company’s unscripted chief Rob Wade looks to funnel ideas from young talent and international producers.
Wade, President of Alternative and Specials at Fox Entertainment, told Deadline that the company is investing in the in-house production division, which was set up last year, with the hope of finding big, broad entertainment series.
Corie Henson, Wade’s former number two who joined TBS and TNT last year, will not be directly replaced and the Brit has already started interviewing candidates on the studio side.
“We’ve got a great team on the network and I’m looking to bolster that but my main focus of investment in more senior figures is on the studio side. Fox Alternative Entertainment is going to have a studio head and then a small team,” he said.
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