WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM - “Meridian Hills” is set in 1972 and follows a woman who joins the Junior League in a quest to change the system.
Mila Kunis is heading to The CW. The actress will executive produce Meridian Hills, a drama set in 1972 that explores the women’s liberation movement, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Sydney Sidner (The Rite) will pen the drama and executive produce the CBS Television Studios effort alongside Chris Keyser, Kunis and the Tannenbaum Co.’s Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. Robot Chicken‘s Lisa Sterbakov, who worked with Kunis on the Adult Swim series, and the Black Swan actress’ managers Cami Curtis and Susan Curtis are also on board to exec produce.
Meridian Hills is set in a boozy Midwest country club in 1972, during an era when the Equal Rights Amendment was just beginning. The drama follows a young, newly married woman who joins the Junior League and discovers an eclectic group of other young women who become unlikely allies in her quest to change the system.
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