The Examiner is reporting that another TV show will be producing its pilot in San Francisco early next year. And, according to the SF Film Commission, they’re looking to hire locally:

NBC/ Out of the Box Productions Pilot “Facing Kate” – all departments. Prep late December, shoot 3 days in January. Send resumes to:

The Hollywood Reporter (via BayNewser, says that “Facing Kate” is about “a divorced San Francisco woman who leaves her job as a lawyer to become a mediator following the death of her dad, who headed a law firm.”

The show’s slated to run on USA, we’re not sure when.

But what we all want to know is what famous people will be hanging out here during filming, right? So far, we have Michael Trucco, Virginia Williams, and Sarah Shahi.

Rain, should we know who these people are?

Photo: Sarah Shahi, who will be playing the “Kate” viewers are expected to “Face.”

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