Julia Roberts News: The ‘Erin Brockovich’ Actress To Star In Here First TV Series Soon, Learn More Here

By Sophie Lawrence, Parent Herald December 19, 04:46 am
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Julia Roberts is an an award-winning actress best remembered for her lovable characters in movies such as "Pretty Woman," "Erin Brockovich," and "My Best Friend's Wedding." With more and more quality TV series being produced recently, it is not surprising to see A-list actors also being cast in roles for television. The 49-year old is no exception as reports are saying that for the first time ever, Roberts is set to star in her own TV series soon.

According to Hollywood Reporter, Julia Roberts has signed up for a limited TV series that will be based on a novel written by the bestselling author, Maria Semple, "Today Will Be Different." The TV adaptation of "Today Will Be Different" will be produced by Megan Ellison Annapurna Pictures.

The story will revolve around the main character; Eleanor Flood (to be portrayed by Julia), a woman who sets out a plan to have the best day ever. Flood will list down all the things she wants to do for that day yet will fail to carry on her plans because of unexpected happenings.


Though "Today Will Be Different" will be Julia's biggest TV role, this is not the first time she will appear in a TV project as reported by US Magazine. The actress has graced TV series such as "Law & Order" as well as "Friends." Roberts is also part of the HBO series, "The Normal Heart."

Other veteran celebrities such as Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore, and Robert de Niro are also to set to star in different TV projects. Apparently, Streep is working on a TV project with J.J. Abrams while Moore and De Niro are cast in an upcoming series by Amazon and Annapurna. Meanwhile, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman will soon be seen in the upcoming series, "Big Little Lies."

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