1. ‘Shameless’ Starts Filming Final Season, WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Reveals, Talks COVID-19 Impact On TV Production & More  Deadline
  2. DC FanDome Success Has Warner Bros. Looking at Ways to Make Money Off the Event  ComicBook.com
  3. Warner Bros. chief talks 'Tenet' and 'Batman' amid COVID-19  Los Angeles Times
  4. ‘The Batman’ COVID-19 Shutdown: WarnerMedia Studios & Networks Boss Ann Sarnoff Hoping To Return To Production “Very Soon”  Deadline
  5. Warner Bros. Chief Talks ‘Tenet’ Release, WarnerMedia Shakeup, HBO Max Progress  Variety
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Two more Warner Bros. Television TV series, both from John Wells Prods., are resuming production in Los Angeles next week. Shameless is set to start filming its 11th and final season on Sept. 8; TNT's Animal Kingdom will begin shooting Season 5 on Sept. 7.Two more Warner Bros. Television TV series, both from John Wells Prods., are resuming production in Los Angeles next week. Shameless is set to start filming its 11th and final season on Sept. 8; TN…

‘Shameless’ Starts Filming Final Season, WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Reveals, Talks COVID-19 Impact On Production & More – Deadline

Ann Sarnoff's elevation at WarnerMedia came amid a shakeup following the disappointing launch of HBO Max.Ann Sarnoff's elevation at WarnerMedia came amid a shakeup following the disappointing launch of HBO Max.

Warner Bros. chief talks 'Tenet' and 'Batman' amid COVID-19 - Los Angeles Times

Following the bigger-than-expected crowds at the first part of the DC FanDome event have parent company Warner Bros. wondering how they can more effectively monetize that fan enthusiasm. That likely means the second day of the event, which will be an on-demand presentation on September 12, will [...]Following the bigger-than-expected crowds at the first part of the DC FanDome event have parent [...]

DC FanDome Success Has Warner Bros. Looking at Ways to Make Money Off the Event

Ann Sarnoff, head of WarnerMedia's Studios and Networks Group, discusses the launch of Christopher Nolan's "Tenet."Ann Sarnoff, head of WarnerMedia's Studios and Networks Group, discusses the launch of Christopher Nolan's "Tenet."

Christopher Nolan's Tenet 'Deserved' Theatrical Release, WB Chief Says - Variety

The overhaul of WarnerMedia continues, with Jay Levine being upped to a top strategy role and digital chief Tomas Gewecke setting his exit.The overhaul of WarnerMedia continues, with Jay Levine being upped to a top strategy role and digital chief Tomas Gewecke setting his exit.

WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group Ups Jay Levine To Chief Strategy Officer – Deadline

'The Batman' COVID-19 Shutdown: WarnerMedia's Ann Sarnoff Hoping To Return To Production "Soon"'The Batman' COVID-19 Shutdown: WarnerMedia's Ann Sarnoff Hoping To Return To Production "Soon"

‘The Batman’ COVID-19 Shutdown: WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Hoping To Return To Production “Soon” – Deadline

The studio is rewriting the distribution playbook for Tenet, which opens this weekend in the U.S.The studio is rewriting the distribution playbook for Tenet, which opens this weekend in the U.S.

WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff On Reviving Box Office For ‘Tenet’, ‘Mulan’ Experiment – Deadline

Warner Bros. CEO has stepped up to defend Tenet’s release strategy. It seems like everyone has an opinion on the company’s strategy for bringing out Christopher Nolan’s latest work. That would include WarnerMedia boss Ann Sarnoff. She talked to Deadline about a host of topics and defended [...]Warner Bros. CEO has stepped up to defend Tenet’s release strategy. It seems like everyone has [...]

Tenet: Warner Bros. CEO Defends Release Strategy

WarnerMedia promotes Jay Levine to chief strategy officer, Thomas Gewecke exits as chief digital officerWarnerMedia promotes Jay Levine to chief strategy officer, Thomas Gewecke exits as chief digital officer

WarnerMedia Promotes Jay Levine, Thomas Gewecke Exits - Variety

The Warner Bros. CEO believes that the rigid theatrical window of the pre-coronavirus age is gone. The Warner Bros. CEO believes that the rigid theatrical window of the pre-coronavirus age is gone.

Warner Bros. CEO Ann Sarnoff Expects to See More Flexibility in Theatrical Windows

Warner Bros. CEO Talks 'Batman' Filming Halt, 'Tenet' Release Amid COVID-19 | Hollywood Reporter