Jenny Ramirez is on the move.
After Warner Bros. Discovery gutted TBS, TNT and TruTV, Jenny Ramirez, the unnamed senior vp left the company and joined NBCUniversal Television and Streaming in the same role.
In his new assignment, Ramirez will oversee the unsigned development and current products for the talent competition/reality series and game formats on Peacock, NBC, USA Network and E! She will report to vp executive Corie Henson with no description.
“Jenny has an encyclopedic knowledge of every format. Henson said. “She will be an invaluable addition to the already excellent team.”
Ramirez spent six years at the so-called T-Nets and earned his senior vp title in January, before the Warner Media/Discovery merger was completed. After Discovery’s management was given oversight of linear cable networks, a programming shift began to see the series unscripted and scripted down in favor of tax abolition. profitable in a corporate effort to consolidate for an estimated $3 billion in cost savings. Layoffs are part of this process, with T-Nets GM Brett Weitz resigning, among other key programming executives on linear networks.
During his tenure there, Ramirez oversaw series such as Snoop Dogg Presents: The Jokers’ Wild, The Misery Index, TBS’ Delete reboot, true crime anthology Rich & Shameless, Rhodes to the Top, Rat in the Kitchen and coming soon stupid pet tricks, based on the classic late night segment of the same name by David Letterman.
Ramirez’s hiring marks the return of many other types of employees to NBC. Before joining T-Nets, she worked at Irwin Entertainment as a senior vp developer and led the company’s list of NBC specials including New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly, must-see TV: An all-star tribute to James Burrows and Red Nose Day special charity. She has also had roles at Fremantle and CORE Media Group.