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The Hawaii Five-0 star has inked a two-year development deal with the studio behind the veteran procedural, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Under the pact, the Lost alum will develop new projects for CBSTVS under his 3AD production banner. He’ll serve as a producer on all network and cable projects he develops for the studio and is currently searching for a development executive to oversee the newly launched banner.
“I’m excited to be expanding my relationship with David Stapf and CBS Television Studios. Creating original content has been a longstanding goal and I look forward to our future collaborations as a producer with 3AD,” Kim said.
The news comes days after the actor’s former on-screen wife Lost‘s Yunjin Kim, announced she was executive producing an adaptation of Korean drama Nine: Nine Time Travels for ABC Studios — the company behind the former series that helped to launch both their careers.
Kim is repped by APA, Anonymous Content and Keith A. Klevan.
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