Fifth Season COO Tim Robinson Exits

Fifth Season chief working officer Tim Robinson has exited the corporate previously referred to as Endeavor Content material, Selection has confirmed.

Robinson’s departure, which comes after 4 years at Fifth Season, is an amicable resolution between the exec and management and he’s exploring new alternatives.

At present, Robinson’s COO duties are being dealt with internally.

Throughout his time as COO of Fifth Season, Robinson performed an essential position within the manufacturing firm’s 2022 sale to South Korea’s CJ ENM from former father or mother Endeavor, and its current rebranding to Fifth Season.

Run by co-CEOs Graham Taylor and Chris Rice, Fifth Season was based as Endeavor Content material in 2017 from manufacturing, gross sales and distribution property inside Endeavor, WME and IMG. Final 12 months, Endeavor Content material was spun out of Endeavor, which retains a 20% stake within the prodco valued at roughly $1 billion. Korean media big CJ bought an 80% stake in Fifth Season.

Fifth Season just lately produced Michael Bay’s “Ambulance” and Destin Daniel Cretton’s “Simply Mercy,” in addition to TV collection “See,” “Fact Be Informed,” “Wolf Like Me,” “Life & Beth,” “9 Good Strangers,” “McCartney 3,2,1,” “Tokyo Vice” and “Scenes From a Marriage.” The corporate additionally handles world distribution for dozens of collection exterior of its personal studio productions, together with “Killing Eve,” “The Morning Present,” “Regular Individuals” and “The Night time Supervisor.”

Upcoming Fifth Season titles embrace the second season of “Severance,” “80 for Brady,” “Ebook Membership 2: The Subsequent Chapter,” “Girl within the Lake” and “The Misplaced Flowers of Alice Hart.”

Deadline was the primary to report the information of Robinson’s exit from his submit at Fifth Season..

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