Director Of Drama Steve November Leaves ITV After 16 Years | TV News
And another one down, another another one bites the dust hey I’m gonna get you too, another one bites the dust would be the rather bitter sound track to ITV’s Director of Television Kevin Lygo with the news of ITV’s drama chief Steve November’s departure from the broadcaster.
He follows on the back of Entertainment chief Elaine Bedell and Factual Chief Richard Klein. November was appointed to the role in 2013, overseeing many of ITV’s best know shows from Downton Abbey to Broadchurch as well as new commissions like Cilla, Grantchester, and Unforgotten.
November commented on his departure:
“It has been an honour and a privilege to be involved with ITV drama for 16 years and to have worked with so many great people, from runners to writers, through such exciting times for drama. ITV is going through a period of change now which affords me the perfect opportunity to move on to new adventures. I wish ITV drama every success in the future.”
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