Lindsay Lohan has made numerous, very important contributions to society. She gave us the greatest Proactiv commercial of all time, tweeted the word “Bam!” 19 times in a row back in 2010, and posed for this photo with fellow living legend, Ashlee Simpson. Honestly, Lohan could retire now and feel good about her #impact, but she still has so much left to offer humanity—like starring in a new TV show with Rupert Grint (a.k.a Ron Weasley), which Variety reports is her next move.
Yes, the two most magical redheads alive are joining forces for the second season of Sick Note, an upcoming British comedy series starring Grint and Nick Frost. (The first season will premiere this fall, sans Lohan, on Sky and Sky’s Now TV streaming service.).The show centers on an insurance rep named Daniel Glass (Grint) who’s misdiagnosed with a terminal disease; Lohan will join the party during the second season as Katerina West, the daughter of Glass’ boss. Season two is slated to premiere at some point in 2018. Lohan’s last acting appearance was a guest spot in a 2014 episode of 2 Broke Girls.
“One lie leads to the next in this unsettlingly brilliant comedy that will hook viewers in and have them on the very edge of their seats,” Sky Head of Comedy Jon Mountague told Variety. “Filming for series two is already under way and we’re delighted to confirm Lindsay Lohan will be joining Rupert and Nick in this stellar comedy cast.”
Lohan recently uploaded a photo of herself, Grint, and Frost to Instagram and captioned it, “Back on set of my new TV show #SickNote .” Check it out for yourself, below:
This is incredible news, to be honest. And it’s not the first time Lohan has crossed paths with the Harry Potter universe. Remember when she played Hermione in this 2004 Saturday Night Live skit?
If Sick Note doesn’t include at least one Mean Girls reference, millennials will riot.
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