Lindsay Lohan Is Returning With a New TV Show

Lindsay Lohan Is Returning With a New TV Show

And a chic asymmetrical bob.

And a chic asymmetrical bob.

Text: Jake Viswanath

After a tumultuous journey in the public eye and her following respite from said public, Lindsay Lohan is making her grand return to the acting world—specifically, the world of television, a mostly unexplored territory for the actress. Lohan has joined the cast of British comedy Sick Note for its second season, starring alongside famed Harry Potter star (and fellow redhead) Rupert Grint and comedian Nick Frost.

Lohan announced the news on Instagram, posting a picture with her two costars and showing off a brand new red bob. Whether the new do is simply for the show or a real change is yet to be known.

😊Back on set of my new TV show #SickNote 😜

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Sick Note follows Daniel (not Radcliffe), played by Grint, an insurance rep who gets misdiagnosed with a terminal illness and continues to lie about it to family and friends, at the insistence of his unskilled doctor (Frost). Lohan will portray Katerina West, the daughter of Daniel’s boss, played by former Miami Vice star Don Johnson.

Lohan’s new role will be her first in the entertainment world since her West End debut in the 2014 production of Speed-the-Plow. The first season of Sick Note will premiere this fall, and the Lohan-starring second season, which is already taping in the U.K., is scheduled to air sometime next year.

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