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There will be no second installment of the Showtime anthology series - Deadline

There will be no second installment of the Showtime anthology series – Deadline

exclusive: show time You won’t catch the second season of the one-hour drama anthology series the first lady. The first season of the star-studded anthology is set in the East Wing of the White House and focused on telling the stories of the attractive, complex, and dynamic First Ladies of America, and centered on Eleanor Roosevelt (Gillian Anderson), Betty Ford (Michelle Pfeiffer) and Michelle Obama (Viola Davis), also with Davis. as an executive producer.

Showtime can confirm that the anthology series the first lady A spokesperson for the network said in a statement to Deadline. “We would like to pay tribute to the artistry and commitment of our model Cathy Schulman, Director Susan Beer, their fellow Executive Producers, our wonderful cast – led by Executive Producers Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Gillian Anderson – and our studio partner Lionsgate for their dedication to telling the unique stories of three outstanding leaders. .

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the first ladyWhich received a lukewarm reception from criticsAnd the Hailed by writer Aaron Cooley, Davis, and Julius Tennon, JuVee Productions; Philae Entertainment Kathy Shulman (Other); and Jeff Gaspin Gaspin Media. Cooley executive produced alongside Davis and Tennon via JuVee Productions, Schulman via Welle Entertainment, Gaspin via Gaspin Media, and Brad Kaplan via Link Entertainment. Susan Beer was Director/Executive Producer. Showtime and Lionsgate TV co-produced the series.

At TCA in February, Shulman and Pierre shared that they were exploring possible future installments they said It could be Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Hillary Clinton, Dolly Madison, Edith Wilson, Martha Washington, Rosalynn Carter or Melania Trump.

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