"Frozen," "Veronica Mars" and "House of Lies" fans take note: Kristen Bell has a new TV show on the way.
According to Deadline, the actor will star in the upcoming "Good Place," a comedy by "Parks and Recreation" creator Mike Schur and co-starring "Cheers" star Ted Danson. The story centers on a woman named Eleanor (Bell) who, realizing she hasn't been a good person, resolves to turn her life around. In an exciting return to the sitcom, Danson plays Michael, who serves a key role in her self-improvement.
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Bell, who currently stars in the Showtime comedy "House of Lies," rose to fame in her role as teenage Sleuth "Veronica Mars" and more recently voiced the character Anna in Disney's hit "Frozen." She will reportedly continue to work on "House of Lies" alongside Schur's new TV show.
For more, head over to Deadline.
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