Hollywood veteran Rosanna Arquette has been cast in the forthcoming YouTube Red romantic comedy Swipe Right.
Written by and starring Carly Craig, Swipe Right is a multi-generational series (based on a true story) about a 35-year-old woman, her younger sister, and their mother — all of whom are breaching the world of online dating. Craig’s character is still single on her 35th birthday, and decides to date all 252 of her Tinder matches, while the girls’ mother is recently widowed and also looking for love. Arquette (Pulp Fiction, Desperately Seeking Susan) will play Craig’s mother, and newcomer Chelsea Frei will play her younger sister, who is unhappily married after seven years.
Guest stars slated to appear in the Daniel Reisinger-directed show, per Deadline, include: Jason Sudeikis, Rick Springfield, Peter Gallagher, Tyler Posey, Bryan Greenberg, and YouTube musician Alice Lee. The eight-episode series is set to premiere later this year on YouTube Red.
Craig and Robin Schiff will serve as co-showrunners, while Craig, Reisinger, Schiff, and Jeremy Garelick will executive produce. Sam Anzel and George Paaswell are producing, Deadline reports.