Australian actor Jacki Weaver has been added to the cast of “Hello Tomorrow!,” an upcoming dramedy series, reports Variety.
She’s known for playing Janine “Smurf” Cody in the 2010 film “Animal Kingdom” and Dolores Solitano in 2012’s “Silver Linings Playbook,” performances that both earned her nominations for the Academy Award for supporting actress. Other prominent credits include “Bird Box,” “Yellowstone” and the upcoming true crime drama film “American Murderer.”
ABOUT ‘HELLO, TOMORROW!’
“Hello Tomorrow!” Is an upcoming 10-episode half-hour dramedy that will star Emmy and Critics Choice Award winner Billy Crudup (“The Morning Show”) who will also serve as an executive producer. Jonathan Entwistle (“The End of the F***ing World”) is attached to direct the series, which hails from MRC Television.
Here’s how the series is described: Set in a retro-future world, “Hello Tomorrow!” centers around a group of traveling salesmen hawking lunar timeshares. Crudup stars as Jack, a salesman of great talent and ambition, whose unshakeable faith in a brighter tomorrow inspires his coworkers, revitalizes his desperate customers but threatens to leave him dangerously lost in the very dream that sustains him.
“Hello Tomorrow!” is written and created by Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen (“Bloodline,” “The Money”). Entwistle, Bhalla, Jansen will also serve as executive producers alongside Crudup. Blake Griffin, Ryan Kalil and Noah Weinstein will executive produce through their banner Mortal Media.
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