Wonderland Sound and Vision’s Jeff Grosvenor has joined Rashida Jones & Will McCormack‘s production company as EVP overseeing development. The hire stems from the two-year pod deal Parks and Recreation co-star Jones and her writing partner, fellow actor-writer McCormack, signed with Warner Bros. Television in January to develop, write and produce comedy and drama projects for broadcast and cable. “Jeff is the perfect fit for us,” McCormack said. “He has a sharp eye for story and development. We are ecstatic he has joined our team to help bring our voice to TV.”
The new gig keeps Grosvenor in the WBTV fold as McG’s Wonderland Sound and Vision also was based there. Grosvenor joined the company in 2005. He was promoted to Manager of Television in 2007 and to VP Television in 2011. During his eight-year tenure at Wonderland, Grosvenor worked on such shows as Chuck, Human Target, Supernatural and Nikita. In addition to television, he played a major role in expanding McG’s digital business. He produced Wonderland’s first web series, Sorority Forever (WB.com, MySpace, iTunes) and also executive produced the Supernatural web spinoff, Ghostfacers (CW.com/WB.com) as well as Exposed (WB.com).