If he's like most successful moguls, he will make sure that his successor will not be terribly different from him in outlook and philosophy.
And his reasons for ignoring Star Trek
are not based on personal pique, but solid business realities. Any successor will face the same realities and come to the same conclusions.
Which is why selling Mooves or his successor on Star Trek
is far from easy and will involve such things as: the person doing the selling needs to have a great deal of credibility in the industry, and the problem of where Star Trek
fits into the TV ecosystem needs to be resolved. And that's infinitely easier said than done.