Anne Archer is 'Privileged'
She'll co-star in the CW's new drama series
Anne Archer has been tapped to co-star on the CW network's new drama series "Privileged."
The project, formerly known as "Surviving the Filthy Rich" and "How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls," centers on Megan (Joanna Garcia), a Yale-educated woman who is hired to be the live-in tutor/life coach to two rich 16-year-old twin girls (Lucy Hale, Ashley Newbrough) in Palm Beach.
On the Warner Bros. TV/Alloy Entertainment show, Archer will play Laurel Limoges, a wealthy widow who is raising her twin granddaughters after their parents were killed in a plane crash. She replaces Marsha Mason, who played the role in the pilot.
"Privileged," executive produced by writer Rina Mimoun, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy, is slated to air Tuesdays 9 p.m. in the fall.
The Oscar-nominated Archer, who has recurred on CBS' "Ghost Whisperer" as Beth Gordon, Melinda's (Jennifer Love Hewitt) mom, is repped by APA and Kritzer/Levine/Wilkins Entertainment.
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