Saturday, October 06, 2007

Cashmere Mafia


Check this out!

Harper's Bazaar calls it "The New Sex and the City"!

Read on for the teaser from ABC.com:

Their names are Mia, Juliet, Caitlin and Zoe. But you'll come to know them as the Cashmere Mafia -- four Manhattan women bonded by their Ivy League educations and executive success. A thinking woman's Sex and The City mixed with the wit of The Devil Wears Prada, this one-hour drama assembles a cast of bright, driven, relatable women who support each other through rocky marriages, rival colleagues, kids' recitals and the hunt for the perfect loft.

Ambition always comes with a price. Consistently outpacing their male colleagues and husbands in salary and title, they also have to watch out for scheming bitches eager to bring them down. Fortunately, there's strength in numbers. These successful executives regularly bring their problems to the lunch table and use each other's strengths and resources to avert disaster, both personally and professionally. With style, smarts and appeal, the Cashmere Mafia is about to bring sexy back to the boardroom, while unexpected heart and humor keep their stories compelling.

From Producer Darren Star (Sex And The City) and Writer Kevin Wade (Working Girl) comes a compelling, intimate and unflinching look at an ensemble of high-powered women whose most valuable assets are their friendship and their willingness to have it all -- without giving an inch. Starring Emmy® nominee Lucy Liu (Ally McBeal, Charlie's Angels), Golden Globe nominee Frances O'Connor, SAG Award Winner Miranda Otto (The Lord of the Rings triology), and Bonnie Somerville (NYPD Blue, Kitchen Confidential).

The Series Premier shows on November 27 at 10/9c. Regular time period premiere is on December 4 at 9/8c.

6 comments:

Ruby Gan said...

Yes, I've read about the CAshmere Mafia and am hoping that it will be shown here.... I miss the wit and humor of the SATC... Don't you?

Issh said...

Hey I've also heard about this TV series. I like Gossip Girl and all but when you're at a certain age High school frivolities are lacking.

cd said...

Yeah Ruby! After SATC's run, there was some kind of void nga!

Hi issh! Well yes, while GG may be amusing, nothing beats a show that the "older" audience can really relate to!

jillsabs said...

wow! i hope our tv stations here in the philippines pick this up. it sounds very interesting, can't wait to see their outfits :p

McDreamer said...

hi tin... wow, looks like a hit again... but i wish they'd show it here in manila...

cd said...

Hahaha! Yeah jill, I agree! That's the point right? Watch it for the outfits!

Hi jin! Hopefully, the local stations will pick it up! They usually do naman, especially if it's a hit na in the US!

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