The CW has picked up a 1970s drama from actress Mila Kunis, who is slated to executive produce but not act in the project, reports EW.com’s Inside TV. The project focuses on the women’s liberation movement.
Called "Meridian Hills," the project is set at a "boozy Midwest country club" in 1972, a time when a push for the Equal Rights Amendment was beginning, the story notes.
Kunis, who was recently named Esquire’s "Sexiest Woman Alive," previously starred on the comedy series "That ’70s Show."
If it moves ahead with a series order, "Meridian Hills" will be the CW’s second flashback drama, with the first being “The Carrie Diaries,” the 1980s prequel to "Sex and the City.”