Daniel Sunjata Joins Caitlin Olsen in ABC’s ‘HPI’ Remake Pilot From Drew Goddard

Daniel Sunjata (the echo) has been tapped as the male lead opposite Kaitlin Olsen in ABC’s character-based procedural drama pilot based on TF1’s popular detective series. HPI (High Intellectual Potential)From top TV and film writer Drew Goddard and ABC Signature, where Goddard and his Goddard Textiles are based.

By Goddard, untitled HPI The remake centers on Morgan (Olson), a single mother of three and an exceptional mind who helps solve an unsolved crime when she rearranges some evidence during her shift as a cleaner at the police department. When they discover that she has a knack for putting things in order due to her high intellectual potential, she is brought in as a mentor to work with Karadek (Sunjata), a seasoned detective by the book, and together they form an unusual and irresistible force. Team.

In the original French series High Potential Intellectual (HPI)Created by Alice Chagare-Brugnot, Stephen Carrey and Nicolas Jean, starring Audrey Fleurot and Mehndi Nebo.

Goddard and Sarah Esberg executive produce the ABC adaptation for Goddard Textiles; Rob Thomas, who serves as showrunner, and Dan Etheridge for Sponduli Productions; and Pierre Laugier and Anthony Lancret for UGC company Itineraire Productions. Alethea Jones is the director and executive producer. Olson serves as producer.

Save me, Graceland And infamous alum Sunjata recently starred in Netflix’s limited series the echo Opposite Michelle Monaghan. Prior to that, he was the lead in the second season of Starz Power Book II: Ghosts And recently wrapped up shooting for a guest star character for its third season He is repped by Gersh and Authentic Talent and Literary Management.

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