Kerry Washington and Elisabeth Moss Set to Star in Apple’s New Drama Series ‘Imperfect Women’

Kerry Washington and Elisabeth Moss Set to Star in Apple's New Drama Series 'Imperfect Women'

Apple has secured a new series based on Araminta Hall’s novel “Imperfect Women,” featuring a cast led by Kerry Washington and Elisabeth Moss. The streaming giant emerged victorious in a fierce bidding war to bring this gripping psychological thriller to life.

“Imperfect Women” promises to delve into the intricate dynamics of a decades-long friendship among three women, exploring themes of guilt, retribution, love, and betrayal. With Annie Weisman, known for her work on “Physical,” at the helm as showrunner, viewers can expect a thought-provoking narrative that challenges perspectives.

The collaboration between Disney’s 20th Television and Apple Studios underscores the industry’s commitment to delivering compelling storytelling. Weisman, alongside Moss’s Love & Squalor Pictures and Washington’s Simpson Street, will bring their creative vision to the project as executive producers, ensuring a captivating viewing experience.

For Moss, known for her acclaimed roles in “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Mad Men,” “Imperfect Women” marks yet another exciting venture with Apple, while Washington’s involvement adds another layer of anticipation, given her stellar track record in both acting and producing.

Expressing her enthusiasm for the project, Washington praised the talent involved and emphasized the raw storytelling that “Imperfect Women” aims to deliver. With a diverse lineup of original dramas, Apple continues to solidify its position as a premier destination for compelling content.

As production gears up for “Imperfect Women,” audiences can anticipate an emotionally charged series that explores the complexities of female relationships and the impact of life-altering decisions. Stay tuned for updates as this eagerly awaited drama unfolds.

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