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Nicole Kidman is going back into the TV business with Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty staring in the upcoming adaptation of Nine Perfect Strangers for the streaming service Hulu.
The series is set in a health resort and follows the complex relationships between nice strangers attending a retreat. Nicole will assume the character of "Masha" the facilities enigmatic (and slightly deranged) director, described as a woman, "on a mission to reinvigorate their tired minds and bodies."
In addition to the homegrown Oscar winner, Nine Perfect Strangers will be produced by Kidman's Big Little Lies collaborators, executive producers Bruna Papandrea and David E. Kelley, have signed on as well. The series is expected to air on Hulu in the second half of 2020.
“I’m so very happy and thrilled to once again be working with Nicole, Per and Bruna," said Moriarty told The Hollywood Reporter."They are such talented, passionate people and I have no doubt that whatever they do with my Nine Perfect Strangers, it will be brilliant."
Following the success of HBO’s Big Little Lies, which earned Kidman an Emmy and Golden Globe for her role in the limited series, Moriarty’s material has been highly sought after in Hollywood.