Greenwalt won't run 'Moonlight'

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David Greenwalt has stepped down as executive producer/ showrunner of CBS' upcoming drama series "Moonlight" for personal reasons.

"Moonlight," from Warner Bros. TV and Silver Pictures TV, centers on a private investigator (Alex O'Loughlin) who is a vampire.

Greenwalt, co-creator/executive producer of another vampire-themed series, WB Network's "Angel," joined "Moonlight" at the end of May.

He oversaw the retooling of the show and shepherded the new pilot script.

Greenwalt's departure is not going to affect production on "Moonlight," which is under way, and a new showrunner is expected to be named shortly.

Greenwalt's exit marks the third showrunner change on a new series in the past week. DeAnn Heline and Eileen Heisler left NBC's midseason dramedy "Lipstick Jungle," while Rob Thomas departed ABC's comedy "Miss/Guided."
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