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‘Lost In Space’ Star Mina Sundwall, ‘Love, Victor’s Michael Cimino To Lead Fictionz Podcast Series ‘Jane Anonymous’

EXCLUSIVE: Mina Sundwall (Lost in Space) and Michael Cimino (Love, Victor) have been set to lead the thriller podcast series Jane Anonymous, which will premiere exclusively on Apple Podcasts and the Fictionz App.

The series based on the novel of the same name by Laurie Faria Stolarz (Blue is for Nightmares) was adapted by Stephanie Wu (Green Plastic Sandals). It will follow Jane (Sundwall), a 18-year-old girl who fights to escape a kidnapper—examining her relationship with a fellow captive (Cimino), and their struggle to understand that everything they thought they knew might all be a lie.

Andres Rosende, who produces and edits the popular Bad Friends podcast from comedians Bobby Lee and Andrew Santino, is directing the series, which will consist of five, 20-minute episodes. The first is slated for release on June 2nd. Sundwall and Cimino are exec producing alongside Fictionz, which is serving as the project’s financier and distributor.

“Laurie’s confessional style of writing lends itself well to the podcast medium,” said Rosende. “This has been a passion project for me since Fictionz brought me the book.”

“It has been such a great experience working with everyone and playing off of Michael in adapting this book to audio!,” said Sundwall.

“Through Andres’ direction and Laurie and Stephanie’s writing, Mina and I have become completely absorbed in this narrative as actors and producers and hope that audiences will love it as much as we do,” added Cimino.

Sundwall played Penny Robinson on Netflix’s sci-fi series Lost in Space, which wrapped up with its third and final season in December. She’s also been seen on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and in such films as Freeheld and Maggie’s Plan.

Cimino plays the titular character on Hulu’s

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EXCLUSIVE: Mina Sundwall (Lost in Space) and Michael Cimino (Love, Victor) have been set to lead the thriller podcast series Jane Anonymous, which will premiere exclusively on Apple Podcasts and the Fictionz App.
Emma Raducanu's decision to part company with coach Torben Beltz before this month's French Open.Raducanu beat Linda Noskova in her first ever match at Roland Garros but then exited the tournament after a three-set battle with Aliaksandra Sasnovich. The British teenager went down 3-6 6-1 6-1, wasting a series of break points in the deciding set.Indeed, since her remarkable win at the US Open last September, the British No 1 has struggled for consistency.

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