Mila Kunis set to produce 70s feminist drama

She’s going back to the 70s.

Six years after Mila Kunis starred on “That 70s Show,” she is going back to the “dynomite” decade, this time as a producer.

According to Deadline, Kinis is set to produce “Meridian Hills,” a CW Network drama project. The site reports that the storyline for “Meridian Hills” is set in a boozy Midwest country club circa 1972, when the Equal Rights Amendment had just passed the Congress to begin a long and difficult process of state ratification. It centers on a young, newly married woman who joins the Junior League, discovering an eclectic group of other young women who become unlikely allies in her quest to change the system.”

Kunis, who was recently featured as Esquire‘s “Sexiest Woman Alive,” is reported to be producing the show together with “Party Of Five” co-creator Chris Keyser, as well as Eric and Kim Tannenbaum.

Deadline also notes that while it seems like Kunis has much love for that decade, she never actually experienced it because she was only born in 1983.

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