The Amazon series adaptation of Janice Y.K. Lee’s novel “The Expatriates” has cast Sarayu Blue, They has adapted only.
Blue joins recently reported cast member Ji-young Yoo. Set against the fabric of Hong Kong, “Expats” is the story of an international community whose lives are bound together everlastingly after an unexpected family tragedy. The show was initially requested to arrangement at Amazon back in 2019.
Blue will play Hilary Starr. A career woman with immaculate taste, Hilary worships her worldwide life. At the point when her friendship with Margaret is fractured by fate, Hilary should figure out how to accept the silver linings that come from new starts.
Blue is known for her starring roles in the NBC comedy “I Feel Bad,” which was created by Amy Poehler, just as the 2018 Universal feature “Blockers,” which netted almost $100 million worldwide against a revealed financial plan of $21 million. Her other TV jobs include “No Tomorrow,” “Happiest Season,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Station 19,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and “Veep.” She additionally showed up in the second and third installments of the famous Netflix film series To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. She will next be found in the Apple arrangement “The Shrink Next Door” and the Disney Plus original film “Hollywood Stargirl.”
She is repped by CAA, Mosaic, and Goodman Genow Schenkman, Smelkinson and Christopher.
“Expats” will be composed by Lee, Lulu Wang and Alice Bell. Wang will likewise fill in as director, executive producer, and showrunner, while Lee will consulting producer and Bell will be executive producer. Nicole Kidman and Per Saari of Blossom Films will likewise executive produce alongside Theresa Park for Per Capita Productions. Amazon Studios will produce.