Jim Murphy is out as executive producer of Anderson Cooper’s syndicated daytime talk show “Anderson,” Deadline.com reports.
The move completes what the story describes as a “behind-the-scenes changing of the guard” for the show. Murphy’s departure leaves Cooper and Terence Noonan, from “Dr. Oz,” as the surviving exec producers.
The show, from Telepictures, already has a renewal for a second season.
In a memo to staffers, Cooper said: “I’m grateful for Jim’s help and his hard work launching the show. He’s a good friend and will always be a friend of our show. We have a terrific team in place led by our executive producer, Terence Noonan, and I’m really excited about the momentum we’ve built and the future of the show.”