Paper in sight: Viola Davis will be Michelle Obama in a series about the first ladies of the White House

How to defend a murderer will come to an end with a sixth season that will be released in the United States next September 26 and it will end in early 2020. Luckily, it won't be long until we can enjoy Viola Davis's work again.

And it has just been announced that the actress will embody the very Michelle Michelle in a new showtime series what will be called First Ladies.

A paper that will surely embroider because it is known that Davis is a fan of the former first lady. Not only is there graphic evidence that they know each other in person, but at the beginning of the year, the interpreter publicly congratulated Michelle on her birthday and referred to her as "her image of grace, beauty and intelligence."

Happy birthday to the Queen! My sis! My image of grace and beauty and intelligence !! All hail !! ❤❤❤ pic.twitter.com/whEoqY0gV3

- Viola Davis (@violadavis) January 17, 2019

As reported by the television network itself, the series will tell the life, both political and personal, of the first ladies of the United States throughout the country's history. The objective is to show its decisive role in it, despite being invisible many times.

The first season already has three confirmed chapters and will revolve around the figures of Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford and Michelle Obama.

In addition to incarnate for the first time on television the former first lady, Davis herself will also be executive producer of the series, which will be written by novelist Aaron Cooley.

With this role, Viola Davis joins the long list of actresses who have played first ladies of Americans. This is the case, for example, of Katie Holmes, Jane Fonda, Sarah Michelle Gellar or Natalie Portman, among others.

An achievement that you can add to a record that includes being the first African-American woman to win the Oscar Best Supporting Actress. He did it in 2017 for his role in the movie Fences.

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