Sarah Drew to Be a Recurring Character on Upcoming ‘Cruel Summer’ Series Produced by Jessica Biel

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Sarah Drew, known best by her role as Dr. April Kepner on nine seasons of Grey’s Anatomy, is set to appear as a recurring character in the upcoming series Cruel Summer (formerly known as Last Summer), as first reported by Deadline.

Cruel Summer takes place from 1993 – 1995, where beautiful, small town Texas teen Kate (Olivia Holt) is abducted, and the once shy and awkward Jeanette (Chiara Aurelia) becomes the most popular girl in town seemingly overnight, before becoming the most hated person in the country. Each episode is from the point of view of either Kate or Jeanette, and the twists and turns will leave viewers wondering whose side they’re on. Drew will be playing the role of Cindy Turner, Jeanette’s mother, who is trying to hold her family together while being the target of the town’s gossip.

Cruel Summer is being written by Bert V. Royal, who is also an executive producer along with Jessica Biel, Michelle Purple, and Max Winkler. Winkler is also directing the series. The show is set to air on Freeform in 2021 but has no release date just yet. Stay tuned for more information!

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