The actress is set to produce a feminist-themed series for the CW network set in the 1970s, reports Deadline.com.
The star of That '70s Show will get to delve into the same decade with Meridian Hills, but her role this time around is as the executive producer.
"Meridian Hills is set in a country club in the Midwest during the turbulent early 70s when the Equal Rights Amendment had just been passed and state ratification is in progress. It focuses on a young newlywed who joins the Junior League and teams up with an unlikely group of compatriots in the quest to change an antiquated and sexist system," according to cinemablend.com.
CW is working on several projects set in the past, including the prequel to Sex and the City, The Carrie Diaries, set in the 80s.