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Now that they've had time to hit the golf course or simply escape Hollywood for a few weeks, TV's recent roster of overthrown net and studio toppers must decide how, when and where to relaunch themselves.
For most execs eased out after a long career, that usually means securing a sweet production deal in the company they just left.
Indeed, both Stu Bloomberg (who departed ABC as entertainment TV group co-chair) and Kerry McCluggage (who left Paramount TV as chairman) are expected to remain with their longtime employers, segueing into roles as producers.
Still, both ex-execs are aware that the TV biz is littered with development deals that wound up being little more than financial cushions.
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