Latest Hollywood news just claimed that Jennifer Aniston will be returning on TV and his next project will be teaming up with another A-list actress Reese Witherspoon. It was reported that the "Friends" star is already preparing for her TV comeback which is reportedly a drama series.
Reports claimed that Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon will star together in a new drama which will explore that world of morning shows and will target the larger New York media scene they are a part of.
According to USA Today, the said drama series has no title yet and its production staff will already start in looking and searching for a home in the weeks to come. It was also reported that its pitches are expected to be shown at streaming services and premium cable outlets.
Based on the reports and on the original idea of the series by Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, it will be managed by Michael Ellenberg, the former HBO head of drama. He will also be assisted by his production company called Media Res.
Meanwhile, Jay Carson, the writer behind House of Cards will also write the script of the said new drama series. Then Steve Kloves, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Lauren Levy Neustadter are the executive producers of the show.
It can be recalled that Reese Witherspoon already guest-starred on Friends in two 2000 episodes. In her appearance, he took the role of Jennifer Aniston's younger sister, Jill Green so there is no doubt that the reported new show will also be a hit.
For Jennifer Aniston, her new series will serve as her first series regular role since Friends ended last 2004. After that, he only appeared as guests in other shows like Cougar Town, 30 Rock, and Dirt when she had free time. Besides, he was also regarded as one of the biggest and most-sought move stars in the industry and even in the world.
On the other hand, like Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon just finished with Big Little Lies that is why her involvement in the said new series came as a bit of surprise for her. The actress has been very vocal about a second season of the said hit HBO series but the management is still considering for a new story to tell.