Apple Inc has ordered two seasons of a drama series that stars Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston and looks at the lives of people working on a morning television show, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday. Brian Stelter, host of CNN's Sunday morning program Reliable Sources and author of Top of the Morning, will consult on the series. But Apple - armed with a $1 billion war chest for a big push into original programming - won, in part by committing to two seasons of the series, each 10 episodes, that will premiere as early as 2018.
The dynamic duo-who haven't acted together since Witherspoon's cameo on Friends-will star, executive produce and share ownership of the show with former HBO head of drama, Michael Ellenberg.
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The morning-TV project marks Aniston's first regular role on a TV series since NBC's hit Friends exited in 2004. Witherspoon once starred as the sister to Aniston's Rachel Green character on "Friends" back in 2000.
ET confirmed that the pair would co-star in the series about TV morning shows in July. Universal Television for a new version of "Amazing Stories", a science fiction anthology series that ran on NBC in the 1980s. The drama will transport the audience to worlds of wonder through the lens of today's most imaginative filmmakers, directors and writers. Spielberg, Fuller, Amblin's Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey and "Bones" creator Hart Hanson are exec producers. What seems clear, however, is that the announcement is intended to show Apple means business when it comes to making and distributing original content.
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Both actresses were nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie category, which Kidman took home.
Carson, repped by Management 360, has been with Netflix's House of Cards for the past three years, serving as a supervising producer and political consultant.
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