Mila Kunis, who starred in TV's "That '70s Show" and the Academy Award-nominated film "Black Swan," will try her hand at producing with the TV drama "Meridian Hills."
The CW Network recently picked up the show, which Kunis will executive produce, according to Deadline.
The Deadline report describes the show as being "set in a boozy Midwest country club circa 1972, when the Equal Rights Amendment had just passed the Congress to begin a long and difficult process of state ratification."
The main character will be a young, newlywed feminist who joins the Junior League in a quest to "change the system."
Kunis has recently been linked to "Two and a Half Men" star Ashton Kutcher, her former "'70s Show" TV flame.http://www.eonline.com/news/359600/ashton-kutcher-and-mila-kunis-enjoy-romantic-getaway-in-australia
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