Written by Homeland‘s Charlotte Stoudt, the show currently has an eight-episode order and an all-woman creative team joining Stoudt as executive producers, including Lesli Linka Glatter (Homeland), Minkie Spiro (The Plot Against America), and Bruna Papandrea (Big Little Lies). Spiro has also been tapped to direct all eight episodes, though there’s currently no release date attached.
Toni Collette and Netflix are back at it again. The Unbelievable star is teaming up with the streaming service for a new drama series titled Pieces of Her. Based on the Karin Slaughter novel of the same name, the story follows Andy Oliver and her mother, Laura (Collette), after a random act of violence sets off an unexpected chain of events in their sleepy Georgia town.
When figures from her mother’s past start to resurface, 30-year-old Andy is forced to go on the run and embarks on a dangerous journey across America, drawing her toward the dark, hidden heart of her family.
Though Laura seems like a markedly different role from Collette’s Detective Grace Rasmussen – who investigates a serial rapist with Merritt Wever’s Detective Karen Duvall on Unbelievable – we have no doubt the Golden Globe-nominated actress will hit it out of the park!
13 Things Guys Will Do If They’re Secretly in Love With You
It can be hard to determine whether somebody likes you are not, save from the person actually telling you outright. And since nobody seems to be forthright with their romantic feelings these days, you’re going to have to instead look for signs he’s interested. Pain in the butt? Yes. A prevalent characteristic of modern love? Also yes.
As a man myself, I’m here to let you in on the telltale actions men tend to do when we like a gal. As you’ll see, we, like you, tend to favor the “play hard to get” strategy through very veiled methods that can be difficult to decipher. Though somewhat counterintuitive, it’s just what guys do. So to make it easier on you, I’ve provided some of the most utilized methods we use to show that we like you.
New York Fashion Week Street Style Is Here, So We Know What We’re Wearing Tomorrow
The antidote to boring Winter dressing is New York Fashion Week street style – and it’s here. You can count on the style industry to tie one on, despite rain, sleet, snow, or less-than-stellar temperatures, giving way to endless inspiration right here on the city streets.
This season, you’ll find neutrals are trending, but there’s still plenty of cozy outerwear and creative layers happening too. In fact, the best part about Fashion Week street style may just be that anything goes. Read on to see the best looks on day one of Fashion Week – and check back daily for more (we’ll be here all week!).