Nicole Kidman has seen her collaboration with David E. Kelley and best-selling Australian novelist Liane Moriarty on Big Little Lies prove to be a big success, spurring a series beyond the book's story.
And she's looking to keep the success train chugging, setting up a deal with Lies producer Bruna Papandrea and Kelley to work on another of Moriarty's novels Nine Perfect Strangers.
The only element changing this time is the channel, as the team is swapping HBO for US streaming service Hulu.
Kelley and John Henry Butterworth are adapting and looking to run the show, which adapts the Moriarty book that hit shelves in September last year.
For now it looks like Kidman is choosing to stick with TV shows and the choice is a good one based on the projects she has been attaching herself to. Kidman, Papandrea, Kelley and Moriarty together are providing the good content for Hulu.
Watch author Liane Moriarty discuss her book Nine Perfect Strangers. Story continues after video...
And HBO need not feel all that left out; the cable channel, after all, has Kidman and Kelley sticking around not just for the second series of Lies but also making fellow miniseries The Undoing.
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