By MARGARET JOHNSON Associated Press – JANUARY 10, 2018Arielle Gifford is a woman in a different world.
For decades, the 26-year-old actor from the TV series The Good Wife has been a fixture on the small screen, starring in TV movies and films.
She has had a string of big roles, including leading the “Good Wife” spin-off, and she’s been nominated for best actress in a comedy series.
Now, the actress has landed a lead role on an HBO drama series that will air in 2017.
For the series, actress-producer Marc Guggenheim will produce alongside his brother, Gail, who also produces.
The duo is known for producing shows that are dark, satirical and occasionally shocking, but they also make fun of their fellow actors and sometimes characters on TV.
The Guggens are no strangers to HBO.
They produced The Leftovers, a show that has been canceled after four seasons.
The show’s creator Damon Lindelof is a longtime friend and collaborator of Gugginheim’s, and he is one of the co-executive producers on the series.
Lindelof says he was inspired by a recent episode of The Good Girls, which featured the two sisters, Eros and Artemis, being on a boat in the Caribbean and playing music.
They play guitar and sing together.
They have a lot of energy and they really love to be in the water, Lindeloff said.
When they got to the island, they realized they were alone, and they were really trying to be playful and be able to get the girls out of the water.
“Gail, meanwhile, said she and Giffords had been playing around with different songs for a while.”
Gifford said she knew her role would be different from the typical TV drama, which usually centers on a single woman.”
She’s really into the music.”
Gifford said she knew her role would be different from the typical TV drama, which usually centers on a single woman.
She said the HBO show is different because it will have more characters than the typical sitcom.
The producers said the series is going to be very funny, and the Gugges have been singing along with their brothers and sisters in the background throughout.
“I’ve never been in a show where I’ve gotten to sing along with the audience,” Giffs said.
“And I don’t think I’ve been singing with the people who are in the room, either.”
Guggenhel said he’s been inspired by the “tears in her eyes” moment in the pilot episode.
Giffords said she’s not sure how she’ll react to the new role, but she knows she has to be happy.
“The last thing I want to do is be unhappy, but I’m really happy,” she said.