Tatiana Maslany will subsequent be seen on screens in subsequent week’s premiere of Marvel’s “She-Hulk: Legal professional at Regulation,” however she already has her sights set on one other challenge. In response to The Hollywood Reporter, Maslany has signed on to star in and government produce the beforehand introduced AMC Networks drama “Invitation to a Bonfire.”
As famous earlier than, Rachel Caris Love, who created the sequence, will function showrunner and also will exec produce, together with Robin Schwartz (“Vida,” “Sorry For Your Loss”). Carolyn Daucher (“Lengthy Distance”) is producing.
Impressed by the codependent marriage of “Lolita” novelist Vladimir Nabokov and his spouse, Vera, the sequence is “set at a women boarding faculty within the Thirties,” the supply particulars. “It follows Zoya (Freya Mavor, ‘Business’), a younger Russian immigrant and groundskeeper on the faculty, who’s drawn right into a deadly love triangle with the college’s latest school member, the enigmatic novelist Leo Orlov (Pilou Asbaek, ‘Sport of Thrones’), and his beguiling spouse, Vera (Maslany).
Dan McDermott, AMC Networks Leisure and AMC Studios president, mentioned: “Tatiana is a singular expertise who we’ve needed to convey again to the AMC Networks household since her iconic and career-defining efficiency in ‘Orphan Black.’ We’re thrilled to have her be part of ‘Invitation to a Bonfire’s’ gifted solid and watch her convey to life the wild flame that’s Vera Orlov, each on-screen and behind the scenes as an government producer.”
Maslany gained an Emmy award for her work on clone drama “Orphan Black,” which noticed her play a number of roles all through its 5 seasons. She was nominated an extra two instances, additionally earned a Golden Globes nod, and gained two Critics Selection Tv Awards. She has since appeared in characteristic movie “Pink Wall,” which she co-produced, and featured within the first season of HBO’s “Perry Mason” remake. She’s going to star because the titular She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters, in Marvel’s subsequent upcoming sequence, which premieres August 18.
Love beforehand served as a author and producer on NBC’s “Blindspot,” and has co-exec produced episodes of Annie Weisman’s comedy-drama set on this planet of aerobics, “Bodily.”