Warner Bros. Television has completed its executive restructuring under president Peter Roth following the departure of EVP creative affairs Leonard Goldstein, who now heads the WBTV-based TV division of Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire.

Clancy Collins White has been promoted to SVP drama development, heading the studio’s drama department, and Stephanie Groves to SVP current programming. Collins White succeeds Susan Rovner, who was recently promoted to EVP development, overseeing both drama and comedy, while Groves’ title bump follows the promotion of Melinda Hage to EVP current programming. Collins White and Groves will continue to report to Rovner and Hage, respectively. Other WBTV executive promotions:

  • In drama development: Lisa Roos has been upped from director to VP. Matthew King, of McG’s Wonderland, also has been named VP drama development. Both will report to Collins White.
  • In comedy development, Adrienne Turner has moved from current to comedy as VP comedy development, reporting to SVP Erin Gough Wehrenberg.
  • In current programming, Odetta Watkins has been promoted from director to VP. And Christopher Mack has been promoted to VP for Warner Bros. Writers’ Workshop.