Following a half dozen appearances in Bravo’s dark comedy “Imposters,” Uma Thurman will be playing the lead in Netflix’s supernatural drama “Chambers.”
Created and developed by Leah Rachel of the comedy “Audrey,” the series is about the survivor of a heart attack who becomes curious about her donor’s life and death.
Concerningly, she then starts adopting some of her donor’s personality traits, a fact that does not go unobserved by the donor’s mother, who is to be played by Thurman.
The “Pulp Fiction,” “Kill Bill” “Batman & Robin” and “Percy Jackson” actress is the first cast member announced for the show.
She is also involved with several other upcoming projects, including family comedy “The War with Grandpa,” war drama “Girl Soldier,” and August 2018 horror “Down a Dark Hall.”
Ten-part series “Chambers” is anticipated for release later in 2018.