Liv Tyler will be making a move to the world of streaming with a series regular role on Hulu's Harlots.
The hit drama series focuses on two brothels in Georgian London who cannot seem to play nice during the emergence of the sex trade.
Tyler has been added to the cast as Lady Isabella Fitzwilliam, who is a woman with a lot of secrets that keep her very much from living the life she wants to lead.
Her character will be manipulated by Lydia Quigley (Lesley Manville), but there will be some light in her life.
That light comes in the form of Charlotte Wells (Jessica Brown Findlay) who will keep her grounded as she struggles to come to terms with what it means to be a loveless marriage.
Harlots is written, directed and produced by women. The show debuted in March to rave reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes alone, it has an approval rating of 95 percent.
The eight-episode second season has yet to receive a premiere date, but it is expected to launch around the same time of year as the freshman run.
This role marks Tyler's third television role. Her first was as Meg Abbott on HBO's The Leftovers. Her second TV role is in BBC One's adaptation of Gunpowder which will air across three nights.
Tyler has appeared in a string of hit movies over the course of her career. Her career-defining role came for her portrayal of Lucy Harmon in Stealing Beauty.
She was nominated for the Young Star Award for Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film.
Aside from that, she has appeared on all three The Lord of the Rings movies in the role of Arwen Undómiel.
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