The network orders original U.S. versions of British series Would I Lie To You? and Killer Camp. Additionally, the CW has acquired episodes of British edition of Would I Lie To You? for broadcast in the U.S.
Shelby Shaftel has been promoted to senior vice president of alternative programming and development at NBC. There, as part of her position, she will oversee projects from concept through post-production and direct creative, staffing decisions, talent, marketing and high-level brand partnerships.
The longtime producer will oversee the network’s unscripted programming, specials and alternative development slate starting in March.
Lisa Berger is leaving ABC after a one-year stint as EVP alternative series, specials and latenight. The parting of the ways is attributed to creative differences. ABC’s VP Alternative Series Rob Mills is expected to oversee the network’s unscripted department until a replacement is found.
Lisa Levenson and Alex Piper join the network, while Amy Cohen is upped to executive director in the first big move made by new chief Simon Andreae.