Shailene Woodley-starrer Three Women taken up by Starz
The series was dropped by Showtime following Chris McCarthy's arrival on the network
Shailene Woodley-starrer Three Women will now stream on Lionsgate-backed premium cabler Starz. The series was dropped by Showtime following Chris McCarthy's arrival on the network. The series was reportedly shopped to multiple outlets, including HBO and Amazon, before landing at Starz.
Three Women follows the lives of three women who are on a crash course to profoundly flip their lives. The series is described to be an intimate, disturbing picture of American female desire. One of the titular characters, Lina, is portrayed by Betty Gilpin. She is an unfulfilled housewife who decides to have an impassioned affair. Shailene plays the part of Gia, a writer who befriends all three of the ladies and persuades them to share their tales. Sloane, a businesswoman played by DeWanda Wise, was in an open marriage before two strangers entered the picture. Maggie, a student who accuses her instructor of having an improper connection, is played by Gabrielle Creevy.
Taddeo and Laura Eason executive produce with Kathy Ciric and Emmy Rossum. Louise Friedberg will direct and executive produce the first two episodes of Three Women. Production on the series has already been completed.