The Fox network, has ordered a script for a drama series based on the book “Our Kind of People: Inside America’s Black Upper Class,” Variety reports. The book by Lawrence Otis Graham was a non-fiction piece in which Graham interviewed members of some of the most prominent Black families in America. The series is described as a multi-generational family drama uncovering the lives of America’s Black upper class by chronicling a dazzling Chicago dynasty with a dark secret threatening to rip it apart. Wendy Calhoun will write the project. Should it move forward, “Our Kind of People” would be the latest Fox show to focus on wealthy Black Americans. The network has found great success with “Empire,” which explores the drama inside of a multi-million dollar family-run record label headed by characters played by Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson. And although “Empire” is set in New York, it is filmed in Chicago. Calhoun previously served as a co-executive producer and writer on “Empire.” Her other credits include writing for and producing shows such as “Nashville,” “Revenge” and “Justified.”