‘American Woman’ Trailer: Alicia Silverstone Does The ’70s Hustle In Paramount Network Dramedy

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“You’re just gonna forget that this ever happened and just move on,” the busted-cheating husband says to his wife. “Yeah?” she replies with an almost-frightening smile — that then morphs into a truly frightening stare. “I can’t do that.”

Here’s the first trailer for American Woman, Paramount Network’s half-hour dramedy starring Alicia Silverstone as the wronged spouse. Set in the mid-1970s “amid the sexual revolution and the rise of second-wave feminism,” it follows Bonnie, an unconventional mother who is struggling to raise her two daughters (Makenna James, Lia Ryan McHugh) after she bails on the hubby.

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Bonnie fires the maid and gardener then tells her besties Kathleen (Meni Suvari) and Diana (Jennifer Bartels) that she’s going to find a job. (Diana knows this math: “Try working twice as hard for half the recognition and a quarter of the pay.”) All three discover their own brand of independence in a glamorous and ever-changing world reluctant to give it. Cheyenne Jackson and James Tupper also star.

Inspired by the real-life upbringing of co-executive producer Kyle Richards, the series is written by 30 Rock alum John Riggi, also executive produces alongside John Wells. The 12-episode American Woman, from John Wells Prods./Warner Horizon TV, premieres at 10 PM June 7 on Paramount Network.

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