Legendary Television and Digital Media President Bruce Rosenblum Departs

Bruce Rosenblum - H 2013
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Bruce Rosenblum - H 2013

Bruce Rosenblum is out at Legendary.

The three-year company veteran has stepped down as Legendary Television and Digital Media president, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Rosenblum moved to Legendary after leaving his post at Warner Bros. TV. During his time at Legendary Television, the studio has produced the dramas Colony and The Expanse, both of which have been renewed by USA and Syfy, respectively, as well as the Netflix comedy Love.

The exit comes at a time of change for Legendary, which announced earlier Thursday that Mary Parent will serve as vice chairman of worldwide production. Rosenblum is also chairman of the Television Academy. Thomas Tull is chairman and CEO of Legendary.

"Obviously, with the change at the top of Legendary, subsequent changes throughout the company were inevitable. I am extremely proud of the team we have assembled in such a short time, and I know that Legendary Television and Digital Media will continue to grow and meaningfully contribute to Legendary for years to come," Rosenblum said in a statement. "I’m excited to see all our creative efforts blossom, to continue in my role at The Television Academy, and to plan my next chapter. I wish Thomas and all of my former colleagues all the best as they embark on their new chapter."