Eben Davidson, the executive who joined Blumhouse Television earlier this year to oversee development of scripted programming, has left the company.

The former Paramount exec joined Blumhouse Television in March as an executive vice president. He left this week, with the two sides parting ways in what one source described as not the right long-term fit.

“Blumhouse Television and Eben Davidson have mutually decided to part ways,” the company said in a statement. “We thank him for his contributions and wish him well.”

Davidson had joined Blumhouse TV from Paramount, where he served as SVP Development for the television division. He was responsible for scripted and unscripted concepts and oversaw productions for Netflix, Amazon, Epix, BET and E!

Before moving to television, Davidson was at Paramount Pictures, working his way up from assistant to SVP Acquisitions and Production. During that time he worked on eight Oscar-nominated films including Arrival, Florence Foster Jenkins and Anomalisa among others.