Fox TV Studios, which produces such hits as "Burn Notice: and "White Collar"–both on the NBU Universal-owned USA Network–has named a new president.
David Madden has been promoted to president, succeeding Emiliano Calemzuk who left two weeks ago to take a role as chief executive of Shine Group Americas, reports the Hollywood Reporter.
Madden, formerly executive vice president at Fox TV Studios, will continue to report to Dana Walden and Gary Newman, the story says. In his previous role, Madden oversaw the studio’s creative development and production.
Furthermore, the article says, "He also oversees the new series "The Good Guys" for Fox, “The Gates” for ABC, "Persons Unknown” for NBC, "Lights Out" for FX as well as FX’s pilot “Outlaw Country" and the project formerly known as "The Killing" at AMC.