A writer-producer who was recently with the CW’s "Nikita" will be co-executive producer on the second season of Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. The publication reports that the move is part of Albert Kim’s new two-year overall pact with 20th Century Fox Television.
Kim will also consult on Fox’s series “Hieroglyph,” which is about ancient Egypt.
"[Albert's voice] is just so specific and original and he writes with such passion. When we get our sights set on someone like that we’re pretty relentless, in terms of letting a guy like this go somewhere else," Jonnie Davis, the president of creative affairs at 20th TV, told the publication.
Kim, a former journalist at Entertainment Weekly and other publications, was most recently co-executive producer on “Nikita,” working on the show during its entire four-season run on CW, the story adds.