After deciding to exit "Hawaii Five-0" last year, Grace Park has another TV gig lined up.



The actress is headed back to television in the ABC series "A Million Little Things," Deadline reports. She has been cast as Katherine, a role played by Anne Son in the pilot that has now been recast. Park will now star alongside David Guintoli, Ron Livingston, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, Romany Malco, Christina Ochoa, Stephanie Szostak, and Lizzy Greene.



Park's character is reportedly a working mother trying to excel both at work and home. She's part of a story that focuses on several friends living in Boston whose lives are very different but who all feel like they're in a rut. They'll reexamine everything after the unexpected death of one of the group.



Before joining the upcoming series, Park starred as Officer Kono Kalakaua on "Hawaii Five-0" for seven seasons. She and cast mate Daniel Dae Kim both chose to leave in June 2017 after trying to negotiate for salaries equal to their co-stars Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan, according to Variety's sources at the time. "A Million Little Things" is her first major TV role since.



The upcoming ABC drama is written by DJ Nash and will premiere this fall.



[via: Deadline]