One of the best in the biz, Drama Executive Sue Masters, is leaving SBS citing personal reasons.
Masters has only been with SBS since April, previously with TEN and the ABC. During her tenure SBS has produced or developed Carla Cametti P.D, Bogan Pride, and Swift and Shift Couriers plus second seasons of East West 101 and The Circuit -she will remain as an Executive Producer on series two of The Circuit.
Masters has previously worked on dramas including Brides of Christ, The Secret Life of Us, Wildside, Seachange, RAW FM, After the Deluge, Something in the Air and Janus.
SBS today announced that, for personal reasons, Sue Masters has resigned her position as Supervising Executive Producer, Comedy and Drama for SBS Television.
She will continue in her role as Executive Producer for series two of the acclaimed Australian drama The Circuit.
SBS Director of Television and Online, Matt Campbell, said he respected Ms Masters’ decision.
“I’m very pleased though that she is able to continue working on The Circuit. Her experience and knowledge of this industry is rare and precious and we are looking forward to further collaboration with Sue in the future.”
SBS will be advertising for a new Supervising Executive Producer, Comedy and Drama in coming weeks.