Jaffer added: “Disney Branded Television is the force behind some of the most beloved characters and stories of all time, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to join Ayo and the team as they develop a truly ambitious new slate of content to resonate with audiences across platforms and around the globe.”” />
Prior to Anonymous, Jaffer was senior vice president of business affairs for Disney+, overseeing business affairs for global scripted and unscripted series content, partnering closely with Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Television, Marvel, Pixar, National Geographic and Lucasfilm. Most recently, Jaffer was president of business affairs and operations at Anonymous Content, overseeing human resources, facilities and IT, in addition to BA.
“I’m delighted to welcome Tehmina back home to Disney and to the Disney Branded Television team,” Davis said. “Her strong leadership and vast experience across a variety of content and streaming businesses will be incredibly valuable as we continue to scale our best-in-class kids and family output.”
Savin announced her departure in a memo to staff in early May, citing a desire to focus on personal pursuits. Savin stayed on at Disney Branded TV for several weeks to assist in the transition. Jaffer, a former business affairs Disney+ exec, succeeds Adina Savin, who has served as executive vice president of Disney Branded TV's BA department for 23 years.
She will be based in Burbank, Calif., and report to Disney Branded Television President Ayo Davis.
Anonymous Content's Tehmina Jaffer has returned to the Disney fold, joining Disney Branded Television as head of business affairs.
In her new role, Jaffer will lead all aspects of business affairs, negotiations and contract administration for Disney Television Animation and Disney Branded Television live-action content created for Disney+, Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior.
She has also held roles in business affairs at Netflix and NBCUniversal, as well as the ABC Studios legal affairs team.

The deal is not yet closed, but sources tell Variety that the streaming service is preparing to offer a substantial commitment to the project.
The acquisition continues a string of successes for Hulu, which saw its series adaptation of "The Handmaid's Tale" walk away with 10 Emmy Awards. subscribers for its subscription on-demand and live TV packages.” /> Hulu also ended 2017 with more than 17 million U.S.
George Clooney's planned series based on the novel "Catch-22," which hails from Anonymous Content and Paramount TV, is nearing a series order at Hulu, Variety has learned.
Mike Nichols directed the film with Buck Henry adapting the novel for the screen. The role will mark Clooney’s first regular television role since he broke out on the medical drama “E.R.” in the early 1990s. “Catch-22” was previously adapted into a film in 1970 starring Alan Arkin as Yossarian and Martin Balsam as Cathcart.
It focuses on Capt. Adapted from the 1961 Joseph Heller novel, “Catch-22” is set in Italy during World War II. John Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier who is furious because the bureaucratic rule known as  Catch-22, which specifies that a concern for one’s own safety in the face of dangers which are real and immediate is the process of a rational mind; a man is considered insane if he willingly continues to fly dangerous combat missions, but a request to be removed from duty is evidence of sanity and therefore makes him ineligible to be relieved from duty.
Clooney will  star in the role of Colonel Cathcart. The episodes were co-written by Luke Davies and David Michôd, who will also executive produce. The series is being eyed for an early 2018 shoot. Richard Brown and Steve Golin will executive produce for Anonymous Content along with Clooney and Heslov under their Smokehouse Pictures banner. Clooney’s producing partner Grant Heslov will also direct a portion of the series.