Warner Bros TV’s conduct of business affairs Dan Limerick, who just left a studio, is headed to William Morris Endeavor. He will take over a talent agency’s TV business affairs department, replacing Catherine Sugar, who will segue to a new purpose as Head of Business Affairs, WME Global TV.
Limerick will run business affairs for WME’s television dialect – doing scripted, nonscripted, broadcasting and digital deals.
Meanwhile, Sugar will work with a WME general TV organisation on wrapping array with general auspices, an area WME recently ventured into with such series as The Night Manager (AMC) and The Young Pope (HBO). She is approaching to spend a poignant amount of time in a agency’s London office.
For a past three years, Limerick served as conduct of WBTV business affairs. Before that, he co-ran a dialect with Adam Glick who will now attain him during a studio.
At WBTV, Limerick was the business affairs indicate chairman and lead adjudicator for the studio’s highest-profile producers, including J.J. Abrams, Chuck Lorre and Greg Berlanti, and oversaw dealmaking for all of a studio’s series. Limerick assimilated WBTV in 2002 as Director of Business Affairs and was promoted to VP in Sep 2004 and SVP in 2007. Before that, Limerick served as Director Business Affairs during eccentric TV production association Carsey-Werner-Mandabach.
Sugar is a 17 year maestro of WME and Endeavor. She has rubbed deals for such clients as Martin Scorsese, Amblin Television, Larry David, Dick Clark Prods. and David E. Kelley.