The “Blindspot” creator, Martin Gero, has teamed up with Christina Kim to pen a new drama series for NBC revolving around three half-Korean women.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has signed up the pair behind the “Blindspot” series, Martin Gero and Christina Kim, to write its next drama show, which does not yet have a title.
The show reportedly follows three half-Korean sisters who grew up juggling two cultures and identities. Dark family secrets are uncovered when the sisters are forced to pick sides between their Korean mother and Caucasian father — the head of an international Asian food empire — when the latter is sent to jail. No actors are linked to the project at this stage.
Christina Kim has previously worked as a producer on hit shows such as “Hawaii Five-0” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” for CBS, as well as on ABC’s “Lost.” The screenwriter, Martin Gero, served as executive producer on “Stargate: Atlantis,” “Deception” and “Blindspot,” which he also created. His upcoming projects as executive producer include the new shows “The Secret to a Good Marriage” and “Trouble Finds Me.”