Nicole Kidman New TV Series

Nicole Kidman Eyeing TV Adaptation of Best-Selling Expatriates Novel

Nicole Kidman could have another, ahem, big TV project in the works.

Blossom Films, Kidman’s production company, has optioned the Janice Y.K. Lee novel The Expatriates to be made into a TV series, our sister site Deadline reports. Published in Jan. 2016, Lee’s book follows the exploits of three American women living in Hong Kong.

In addition to executive-producing the project with Blossom Films’ Per Saari, Kidman is also reportedly considering starring in the series. The Expatriates is expected to land on a streaming service or one of the premium networks.

Blossom Films is also behind HBO’s upcoming Big Little Lies (Feb. 17), in which Kidman stars opposite Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley.

Are you hoping this project — uh — blossoms? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.

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4 Comments
  1. Guy says:

    Lmao the fact that there were no comments in here. Who? I don’t know her. She can exit stage left. ✌️

  2. Maria says:

    That would be great if a streaming service picked this up. Nicole Kidman is a terrific actress.
    For the above poster, she’s been acting for decades (and has an Oscar). Her films include: Days of Thunder. Dead Calm. The Others, Cold Mountain. Moulin Rouge. Golden Compass, etc… She’s also married to gorgeous country musician Keith Urban.

  3. Collette says:

    Swell, except I don’t like her. So, no.

  4. Marci says:

    If it comes to one of my Premium cable channels, yes. I don’t subscribe to any of the streaming services. I can barely keep up with all of my cable and broadcast shows–I don’t need to add anything else.
    I love her and Keith as a couple, but when do they ever see each other? He always seems to be on tour, and she always has a TV or movie project going.