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Putting a spin on the “newly divorced woman” storyline, HBO has inked a script development deal with exec producers Kyra Sedgwick and Kari Lizer for a comedy about a former nun trying to find herself after walking out on her church and, well, her marriage.
Lizer, who created “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and is therefore no stranger to the subject of women starting over, will write the script. Sedgwick is tapped to star in the still-untitled half-hour, single-camera laffer from Lizer’s Kari’s Logo Here in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Sedgwick is repped by CAA, Impression Entertainment and Schreck Rose Dapello & Adams. Lizer, who also has a put pilot commitment at NBC for her comedy “Wing Mom,” is repped by Vision Art Management.
- Whitney Friedlander
Emmy-winning The Closer star Kyra Sedgwick is teaming up with The New Adventures of Old Christine creator Kari Lizer for an upcoming HBO comedy about a nun gone rogue. The two will executive produce the half-hour, single-camera comedy for Logo Here in association with Warner Bros. Television. The untitled show will follow Sedgwick's Kate, a nun who, but disillusioned by a lifetime of service to the church and a failed marriage, walks out of the life she's led since she was 17. "No longer 'Sister Katherine,' she’s turned her back on her old life and now finds herself coming of age, »
- Emily Blake
A new door just opened for The Closer.
Kyra Sedgwick has signed on to star in and co-executive-produce an untitled comedy project on HBO, our sister site Deadline reports.
Sedgwick will play Kate, a former nun who must figure out who she really is (and what she truly believes in) after breaking away from the church.
Are you excited for Sedgwick’s new project? »
3 items from 2014
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