NICOLE Kidman has announced a brand new thriller series called Roar alongside Alison Brie.
After wowing fans in the gripping drama The Undoing with Hugh Grant, the 53-year-old is set to return to our screens with another compelling programme.
The anthology series will be streamed on Apple TV+ and was written by the creators of comedy-drama GLOW, which that was axed by Netflix last year.
The show is based on a book of short stories by popular author Cecilia Ahern which hit the shelves in 2018.
Each episode will last approximately half and hour and will be told from the perspective of a new female character.
As well as Alison, 38, who starred in GLOW, Chewing Gum actress Cynthia Erivo, 34, and Nurse Jackie’s Merritt Weaver, 40 are also part of the impressive cast.
The award-winning actress has a busy schedule coming up as she is also signed up to star in Nine Perfect Strangers.
Filming took place in Australia and Nicole confirmed that production wrapped last December.
The story focuses on a group of characters who go on a spa retreat that turns in a disaster.
The series also stars Gilmore Girls star Melissa McCarthy, 50, and The Pembrokeshire Murders star Luke Evans, 41.
Earlier this year Nicole admitted she felt ‘physically sick’ after her mental health nosedived while filming The Undoing.
Speaking to Marc Maron on his WTF podcast, Nicole admitted that she was left “physically sick” by her time on the show, along with several other roles.
“Even on The Undoing, it kind of happened where I just like suddenly was in this place of…There was sort of a disquietness to my personality,” the star recounted.
“Where I was uneasy and there was duress on who I was,” “I went down for a week, because your immune system it doesn’t know the difference between acting and truth when you’re doing them.”