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Tig Notaro & Jennifer Aniston To Star As President And First Lady In Netflix Comedy

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Tig Notaro & Jennifer Aniston To Star As President And First Lady In Netflix Comedy

Tig Notaro & Jennifer Aniston To Star As President And First Lady In Netflix Comedy

Jennifer Aniston and Tig Notaro are moving into the White House.

The actress and comic will topline the Netflix original film “First Ladies.” It's a political comedy about a female president and her same-sex first lady.

Aniston will play the president and Notaro will be the first lady.

A synopsis for the show is: "Behind every great woman … is another great woman." Production timing for the show hasn't been announced yet.

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