Hollywood actor Alyssa Milano, who had tough days after infected with the coronavirus disease a few months ago, jumped into her social media accounts to announce a piece of great news.
On Instagram, Milano, best known for her portrayal as ‘Phoebe Halliwell‘ on the American television series ‘Charmed,’ posted a screenshot of a Hollywood Reporter news announcing she will star in Netflix adaptation of Nora Roberts‘ well-known novel ‘Brazen Virtue,’ and confirmed the report with a short message.
In her message, the ‘Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later‘ star said that she is beyond excited about her new project with her following statement:
“Incredibly excited to announce the adaptation #BrazenVirtue by Nora Roberts for Netflix.”
Then the 48-year-old star revealed that she is one of the biggest fans of the “author of more than 225 romance novels.”
“I’m a huge Nora Roberts fan and I can’t wait to bring this book and role to life.❤️”
According to the news obtained by Hollywood Reporter, the upcoming Netflix film, where Milano to portray crime expert ‘Grace,’ will be directed by Monika Mitchell, who is best known for her works, ‘Virgin River,’ and ‘The Knight Before Christmas.’
What’s more, Suzette Couture, Donald Martin, and Edithe Swensen will create the script of the adaptation which to be produced by Stephanie Germain, Peter Guber, Harvey Kahn; Milano will also serve as an executive producer.
After Milano had delivered the exciting news via the said Instagram post, her fans & followers took to the comments section to say that they really miss seeing her acting.