Susan Sarandon and Anna Friel are set to star in Fox’s straight-to-series country music dynasty drama Monarch, delivered by Fox Entertainment.
Made by Melissa London Hilfers, Monarch is described as a Texas-sized, multigenerational musical drama about America’s first family of country music, the Romans. The Romans are going by the madly capable, yet hard core Queen of Country Music Dottie Cantrell Roman (Sarandon). Alongside her adored spouse, Albie, Dottie has made a country music dynasty. Be that as it may, despite the fact that the Roman name is inseparable from realness, the actual establishment of their prosperity is clearly false. What’s more, when their reign as country sovereignty is placed in jeopardy, main beneficiary of the crown Nicolette “Nicky” Roman (Friel) will persevere relentlessly to secure her family’s heritage, while guaranteeing her own mission for stardom.
Hilfers will compose and executive produce, while Instinct maker and Royal Pains executive maker Michael Rauch, who regulated the writers space for the project, will fill in as showrunner and executive maker. Gail Berman and Hend Baghdady additionally executive produce close by Sandbox Entertainment’s Jason Owen, a main down home music administrator who addresses any semblance of Faith Hill, Little Big Town and Kacey Musgraves. Jason Ensler will direct and executive produce the principal scene. Adam Anders fills in as Executive Music Producer. Ruler is created by Fox Entertainment.
The series debuts with an special two-night event starting Sunday, Jan. 30, promptly following the NFC Championship, and progressing forward Tuesday, Feb. 1.
Oscar champ and four-time Emmy nominee Sarandon most as of late showed up on the big screen in Blackbird and next will be found in the John Kennedy Toole biopic The Butterfly in the Typewriter. She accepted her latest Emmy selection for her presentation as Bette Davis in FX’s Ryan Murphy restricted series Feud. She’s repped by UTA.
Friel is known for her starring role in ABC drama series Pushing Daisies. Her new TV credits incorporate show Deep Water, the three-section dramatization Butterfly, The Girlfriend Experience and the Jimmy McGovern show Broken. She is next set to show up in The Box miniseries from Adi Hasak. In include films, she at present stars in Books of Blood, Charming the Hearts of Men and Sulfur and White. Friel is repped by UTA, The Artists Partnership and 111 Media.
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