Here is some behind-the-scenes news

David Letterman’s “Late Show” has shuffled its deck behindthe scenes.
Leaving “Late Show” after eight years is director Jerry Foley, who snagged four Emmy nominations while working on Letterman’s late-night CBS talk show.
Foley is developing a biopic and wants to work in episodic TV, according to Variety. He will be replaced by Randi Grossack until a new director is hired.
“They’re big shoes to fill and he won’t be an easy person to replace, but we understand why he thought it was time to move on,” “Late Show” executive producer Rob Burnett told The Post.
“Randi will fill in for the time being and we’re in the process of looking for someone right now,” Burnett said. “We have no one in mind just yet, but we’ll see.”
Also on the “Late Show” front, Jude Brennan has been named an executive producer, joining Burnett, Barbara Gaines and Maria Pope in that capacity. Brennan had been consulting producer on the show.
“Really, the way to think about it is that everyone kind of gets together and makes decisions together,” Burnett said of the four executive producers. “But Dave is the one who ultimately makes all the creative decisions on the show. It’s really us presenting our ideas to Dave and Dave deciding what he’ll do and won’t do.”
Burnett also said that, contrary to published reports, cue-card guy Tony Mendez, otherwise known as “Big Ink,” won’t be leaving the show.
“He’s actually staying,” Burnett said of Mendez, who appears in on-air skits. “He’s not going anywhere right now.”
Letterman, 55, returned to big numbers last week after missing four weeks battling shingles.
A roster of 14 celebrities (Elvis Costello, Bonnie Hunt, Brad Garrett and more) filled in for Letterman while he recovered.