Krubsack's departure comes after the exit of original development head Mark Stern
Syfy has experienced another shakeup to its ranks.
Tim Krubsack, who had been heading unscripted development for the cable network, is stepping down.
Krubsack's exit, who was responsible for series such as “Face Off,” “Opposite Worlds” and “Heroes of Cosplay,” comes a few months after the departure of Mark Stern as the network's head of original development. (Stern was replaced by USA Network's Bill McGoldrick.)
Announcing his departure, Krubsack said that he will “explore all the options that exist in the ever-growing unscripted arena.”
After much consideration, I have decided to step down as Syfy's head of unscripted development to pursue other opportunities. I am very proud of what my team and I have accomplished here and now is the time for me to explore all the options that exist in the ever-growing unscripted arena. I look forward to the many great shows that will continue to come from Syfy.”
McGoldrick added, “Tim is an incredibly hard-working executive whose strong production background allowed Syfy to program a wide variety of boundary pushing non-scripted series, and we wish great things for him in the next chapter of his career.”