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Jennifer Love Hewitt's 'Client List' Picked Up as New TV Series

August 11, 2011 (1:30 am) GMT
Lifetime has ordered ten episodes for the drama show based on its 2010 movie starring and executive produced by Hewitt.

has officially found a new starring vehicle for her next major TV gig after "" was canceled last year. Lifetime picks up "", a new hourlong series starring and executive produced by the 32-year-old beauty.

The show is based on the network's 2010 original movie of the same title which also has Hewitt as lead star and executive producer. It features the "I Know What You Did Last Summer" actress as a financially-strapped Texas housewife who runs a lively day spa after she is abandoned by her husband.

The series will follow her as she balances two different lives: one as a single mom in a conservative town struggling to provide for her family, and the other as an ambitious businesswoman working with a rowdy, sexy and unpredictable group of women.

Lifetime has ordered ten episodes for the series which will debut sometime in 2012. The network also has a deal with Hewitt's production company Fedora Films which includes a directing gig for Hewitt on a future Lifetime movie.

Following the end of "Ghost Whisperer", Hewitt appeared on "" and "" for an episode each. She recently produced and starred in CBS' TV movie "The Lost Valentine" which also features .

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