Apple TV+ has announced that it will expand its award-winning drama slate with “Imperfect Women,” a new limited series based on Araminta Hall’s novel of the same name.

It will star and be executive produced by Emmy Award-winners Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Shining Girls,” “Mad Men”) and Kerry Washington (“Scandal,” “Little Fires Everywhere,” “UnPrisoned”).

The new series will be adapted for television, written and executive produced by Annie Weisman, marking her latest collaboration with Apple TV+ following the dramedy “Physical,” and will be produced for Apple TV+ by 20th Television and Apple Studios. 

Here’s how “Imperfect Women” is described: An unconventional psychological thriller examining a crime that shatters the lives of a decades-long friendship of three women, “Imperfect Women” is a mystery complicated by perspective that explores guilt and retribution, love and betrayal, and the compromises we make that alter our lives irrevocably. As the investigation unravels, so does the truth about how even the closest relationships can change over time.

“Imperfect Women” is a co-production between 20th Television and Apple Studios. The limited series will be executive produced by Moss and Lindsey McManus, who initially optioned the book, via their production company Love & Squalor Pictures. Washington will executive produce for Simpson Street alongside Pilar Savone. Hall will also serve as executive producer.

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