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Mila Kunis brings a '70s Feminist drama to The CW
Mila Kunis is looking to return to TV, going behind the camera for a CW drama pilot [not that she isn't already somewhat behind that camera as one of the vocal stars of FOX's "Family Guy"].
According to Deadline.com, Kunis will executive produce "Meridian Hills," a drama set at a country club in 1972 and focuses on a young feminist and has something to do with attempts to pass the Equal Rights Movement.
As the website notes, Kunis didn't spend any time in the real 1970s, but she had a long run on "That '70s Show," so we guess she's qualified, not that she'd be acting in the project, presumably.
Sydney Sidner wrote the pilot and will produce along with Kunis, Chris Keyser and Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. And no, this doesn't sound like anything that The CW would ever contemplate ordering to series, but... Mila Kunis!
The "Black Swan" star was most recently seen in the summer smash "Ted."