Lucy Hale Joins FX Pilot Jack Davenport to I>Dr. Death/i> and More

Lucy Hale Joins FX Pilot Jack Davenport to I>Dr. Death/i> and More ...

Lucy Hale, a Pretty Little Liars vet, has found The Answers: According to Variety, the actress has joined the aforementioned FX drama pilot starring David Corenswet (The Polittician, Hollywood) and executive-produced by Danny Strong (Dopesick) and Darren Aronofsky (The Whale).

The project, which is based on Catherine Lacey's novel, is centered around an enigmatic experiment that promises to deceive people of love and the female participants who begin to question why they've all been assigned to dating the same mysterious man (Corenswet). The creator of the potential series (Sorry for Your Loss)

Raul Esparza (Law & Order: SVU), Krys Marshall (For All Mankind), Melanie Field (A League of Their Own), Pallavi Sharda (Wedding Season) and Kineta Kunutu (The Blacklist) are also on the board.

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