Tom Ellis, star of Lucifer, sends a message of support to his wife, who has a new Hulu series.


Tom Ellis, star of Lucifer, sends a message of support to his wife, who has a new Hulu series.

Tom Ellis, who stars in the Netflix smash series LUCIFER, is eagerly awaiting the premiere of the sixth and final season. In the meantime, the actor’s wife, Meaghan Oppenheimer, has landed a new series of her own.

Tom Ellis, a Netflix actor, came to Instagram to congratulate his wife Meaghan Oppenheimer on the news that her new show Tell Me Lies was picked up by Hulu and will star Grace Van Patten from Nine Perfect Strangers. Oppenheimer has already written and created the series Queen America and has written an episode of Fear the Walking Dead, so the Lucifer actor isn’t the only talented member of the Ellis family.

Lucifer fans are eagerly anticipating the release of the sixth and final season of the supernatural comedy-drama series.

Meanwhile, fans should keep a watch out for a new series from the Ellis family’s other half.

Tell Me Lies, based on Carola Lovering’s novel of the same name, is a new series written and created by Oppenheimer.

“Congratulations to my extremely talented wife @moppyoppenheimer!!!!!,” Ellis wrote on Instagram, congratulating his wife on the news.

Ellis linked a Deadline piece reporting the news, encouraging his followers to “swipe up” for additional information.

Oppenheimer also shared the news on Instagram, captioning a snapshot of the Deadline piece with the following message: “I’m really looking forward to bringing @carolatlovering’s outrageously sexy book to the big screen.

“And I can’t wait for everyone to fall head over heels for @gracevanpatten.”

According to Deadline, Tell Me Lies has been approved as a straight-to-order series, with Grace Van Patten as Lucy Albright.

Emma Roberts, who has been in American Horror Story and Scream Queens, will executive produce the Hulu series as her debut project with Belletrist TV.

Tell Me Lies is a film about a difficult but passionate relationship between two women, as well as one woman’s obsession with a charming man.

The “intoxicating” relationship will span eight years and will begin with Lucy Albright (Van Patten) and the as-yet-uncast Stephen DeMarco in college.

Certain decisions made by the couple over time will have “irreversible” implications in the future.

As their lives, as well as the lives of their family and friends, are forever changed, the relationship appears to be an addicting watch.

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