Despite the split, Kim Rozenfeld won't be completely separating from Apple but will now work with the technology giant through his company Half Full Productions.
Apple executive Kim Rozenfeld has stepped down from his post as head of current and scripted programming at Apple TV Plus, two weeks after Apple officially launched its streaming service.
Matt Cherniss, Apple’s head of scripted development, will take over Rozenfeld’s role and oversee scripted series. Meanwhile, Apple’s documentary head Molly Thompson will remain in charge of overseeing documentary TV and film.
Despite the split, Rozenfeld won’t be completely separating from Apple but will now work with the technology giant through his company Half Full Productions.
The new arrangement is part of a newly inked first-look deal with Apple, which will allow the tech giant an opportunity to acquire content from Half Full Productions, ahead of other media firms.
Before joining Apple in September 2017, Rozenfeld worked as head of current programming at Sony Pictures Television.
Last week, the technology major announced that it had renewed the four scripted and heavily marketed shows: See, For All Mankind, Dickinson and The Morning Show.