As if we need more reasons to have a great big celeb-crush on Mila Kunis: She’s now producing a show about the women’s liberation movement. Called Meridian Hills, it’s set in 1972 and centers around a young newlywed in the Midwest who bands together with other members of her local Junior League to fight the patriarchy.
Color me intrigued – you don’t usually think of the Junior League as being a bastion of progressive politics. Maybe it was different then. In any case, props to the show for not starting out with total women’s lib stereotypes.
Sydney Sidner (The Rite) will pen the drama and executive produce…alongside Chris Keyser, Kunis and the Tannenbaum Co.’s Eric andKim Tannenbaum. Robot Chicken‘s Lisa Sterbakov, who worked with Kunis on the Adult Swim series, and the Black Swan actress’ managers
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