- Chloë Sevigny has reportedly joined the upcoming Hulu series The Girl from Plainville according to Deadline.
- The Girl From Plainville stars Elle Fanning (The Great) as Michelle Carter and is inspired by the true story of her controversial “texting-suicide” case.
- Based on the Esquire article of the same name by Jesse Barron, the limited series will explore Carter’s relationship with Conrad Roy III and the events that led to his death and, later, her controversial conviction of involuntary manslaughter.
- Sevigny will reportedly play Lynn Roy, Conrad’s mother, who has a dry sense of humor as she deals with her son’s death.
More on The Girl From Plainville:
- Executive producers for the series include co-showrunners Liz Hannah (THE POST; The Dropout) and Patrick Macmanus (Dr. Death), Elle Fanning and Brittany Kahan Ward.
- Consulting producers include Jesse Barron and Erin Lee Carr (I Love You, Now Die).
- The Girl From Plainville is a production of UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. Kelly Funke will oversee for Macmanus’ Littleton Road Productions.