When a brilliant, but hostile and universally hated neurosurgeon suffers a head injury, she wakes up from her coma remembering nothing but her surgery skills - and she’s extremely kind now. With an intern sidekick, she embarks on a “second chance” at life - all while dealing with sporadic memory flashes.
Kim Tran is a first-gen Vietnamese American writer, director and comedian from Austin, Texas. Most recently, she wrote for SPACE FORCE (Netflix), punched up jokes for THE END IS NYE (Peacock) and was in the NBC writing program. She studied Biochemistry and Radio-TV-Film at UT Austin, then received the Michener Fellowship to pursue her MFA in Screenwriting. As an improv/ sketch comedian, she has performed at SF Sketchfest and Del Close. Her films have played at SXSW, Palm Springs ShortFest and Clermont-Ferrand. Her love language is leaving her shoes at your door.