‘Five-0′ star signs CBS development deal

Oct. 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
"Hawaii Five-0" star Daniel Dae Kim signs autographs for fans on the red carpet at "Sunset on the Beach" in Waikiki on Sept. 26. (Star-Advertiser File)

“Hawaii Five-0″ star Daniel Dae Kim signs autographs for fans on the red carpet at “Sunset on the Beach” in Waikiki on Sept. 26. (Star-Advertiser File)

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Daniel Dae Kim will work with CBS Television Studios to develop new programs for the network, according to a post by The Hollywood Reporter earlier today.

The star has lived and worked in Hawaii for years, first as part of the cast of “LOST” on ABC before joining “Five-0″ when that series returned to television in 2010. The new, two-year development deal he signed will allow his production company, 3AD, to work with CBS on bringing new projects to both network and cable.

“I’m excited to be expanding my relationship with David Stapf and CBS Television Studios,” Kim said in a press release. “Creating original content has been a longstanding goal and I look forward to our future collaborations as a producer with 3AD.”

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