Jae Kim has been upped to VP of development and production for the TV arm of the Mark Gordon Co., the rapidly expanding shingle behind “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Criminal Minds” and newcomer “Reaper.”
Kim, who previously served as director of development, played a key role in the development of Gordon’s “Army Wives,” which has emerged as a summer success story for Lifetime. He’ll report to Deborah Spera, prexy of television at the Gordon banner.
Before joining Gordon and Spera, Kim was manager of original programming at Showtime. At the cabler, he had a hand in developing skeins such as “Dexter,” “Brotherhood” and “Fat Actress.”
The Mark Gordon Co.’s other TV projects include the “Grey’s” spinoff “Private Practice” and AMC’s upcoming “Breaking Bad.” On the film side, company produced the recently released “Talk to Me” and the upcoming Roland Emmerich pic “10,000 B.C.”