20th adds execs


20th Century Fox TV continues the executive realignment of its development teams with the appointment of Dana Shelburne as vp comedy development and Steve Sicherman as vp current programming.

The moves come on the heels of the elevation of Jennifer Nicholson Salke to executive vp creative affairs, overseeing drama and comedy development, as well as the tapping of senior vp Patrick Moran as head of the drama department and Jonathan Davis as senior vp and head of the comedy department (HR 1/16).

Shelburne, who was vp current programming, will now report to Davis.

She recently oversaw "Journeyman," "Shark" and "The Unit" and has worked on "Drive," "Standoff," "The Loop" as well as "The Simple Life: Till Death Do Us Part."

Sicherman, who most recently was vp drama development, will report to current department head Jeffrey Glaser. Sicherman most recently helped develop the "The Oaks" and "Blue Blood" as well as last season's pilot "Babylon Fields."

Before joining drama development, he worked as vp current programming, where he oversaw "Arrested Development," "Bernie Mac," "Reba" and "Still Standing."