Minnie Driver Set To Star In New CBS Pilot ‘Hail Mary’

Minnie Driver is headed back to the small screen. The actress has been cast in the new CBS pilot “Hail Mary,” set to premiere this fall.

In the series, Driver will play a single mom who teams up with a hustler to solve crimes.

The pilot was written by Jeff Wadlow, who also serves as the executive producer with Joel Silver and Ilene Chaiken.

In 2007, Driver starred in the FX drama“The Riches” and her performance earned her an Emmy nomination. She also appeared in a recent episode of the ABC comedy “Modern Family.”

Her recent film credits include Conviction and Barney’s Version.

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