Show time released a new teaser trailer for her upcoming anthology drama First ladywhich is scheduled to premiere this Sunday, April 17th. The video features three remarkable women who changed the course of history with their groundbreaking achievements.
Check First lady teaser in the player below:
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Described as «US version of Showtime Crown» First lady is about to lift the curtain on the personal and political lives of America’s most iconic first ladies. The first season will focus on the stories of the three aforementioned first ladies.
«The series is a candid reimagining of American leadership, told through the lens of the women at the heart of the White House,» the synopsis reads. “In the East Wing of government, many of the most influential and world-changing decisions in history have been hidden from view by America’s charismatic, complex and dynamic first ladies. The series will shed light on the personal and political lives of three unique, enigmatic women and their families, following their journey to Washington, delving into their past and following them outside the White House to their greatest moments. Through weaving storylines as intimate as if the walls of the White House are talking, the first season focuses on the enlightening lives of Michelle Obama, Betty Ford, and Eleanor Roosevelt.»
Davis, Pfeiffer and Anderson are joined by Aaron Eckhart, O. T. Fagbenle, Kiefer Sutherland, Ellen Burstyn, Dakota Fanning, Lily Rabe, Jamie Lawson, Christine Froseth, Eliza Scanlen, Kaylie Spaeny, Judy Greer, Reese Wakefield, Regina Taylor, Lexi Underwood, Aya Cash and others.
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First lady created and written by Aaron Cooley based on an idea that came from Katie Shulman, who was inspired by Cooley’s special screenplay about Lady Bird Johnson. Shulman is an executive producer and will also serve as showrunner. Golden Globe winner Suzanne BeerCancel) also joined the project as its director and executive producer.