Hollywood actor Jessica Biel took to her Instagram to announce the 2019 drama web television series, ‘Limetown‘ began streaming on NBCUniversal’s Peacock.
Biel uploaded a series of photos from the series, based on Zack Akers and Skip Bronkie‘s podcast of the same name, and shared her gratitude about the series finding a new home. As known, ‘Limetown’ was released through Facebook Watch in 2019, and on January 16, 2020, it was cancelled following its first season.
Alongside the photos, Biel, who appeared as a journalist for American Public Radio, ‘Lia Haddock‘ in the series, wrote as a caption:
“Scenes from LIMETOWN…which is, as of today, streaming on @PEACOCKTV. I couldn’t be more excited to see this series (and all the hard work that @zacksakers, @outdoorskip, @michellepurple3, @beccalou34, and the whole team put in) find a new home!”
Golden Globe-nominated actor said also that the series is now available to watch without any charge:
“Also! This show is FREE on Peacock, so you have no excuses… go binge it!”
The series, starring Stanley Tucci (as ‘Emile Haddock’), Sherri Saum (as ‘Gina Purri’), Alexander Black (as ‘Mark Green’), Alessandro Juliani (as ‘Dr. Oskar Totem’), Louis Ferreira as (Dr. Max Finlayson), and Vera Frederickson (as ‘Young Lia’) alongside Biel, follows ‘Lia Haddock’ who tries to solve the “mystery behind the disappearance of over 300 people at a neuroscience research facility in Tennessee.”
According to rates on Rotten Tomatoes, the show, comprising 10 episodes, received generally favourable reviews from critics and viewers.
Here is Biel’s mentioned post.