Lauren Graham has announced that she is returning to TV. The Famous star will restart her acting career from a new comedy. This “Gilmore Girls” female has successfully landed the leading role in the Fox pilot “Linda from HR.” Moreover, the actress will recur on the next season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Graham’s experience as an actress counts

Lauren has an extensive experience of playing all types of characters. It will definitely count. Between 1996 and 1997, Graham became a regular guest star on several NBC shows. Also, she appeared “3rd Rock from the Sun,” “Caroline in the City,” “Seinfeld,” “Law & Order,” “Newsradio,” “Townies,” “Lush Life,” and “M.Y.O.B.” She made her Broadway debut as Miss Adelaide in the revival of "Guys and Dolls," in 2009.

The same year, it was announced that she would star in the comedy pilot "The Bridget Show."

Moreover, she replaced Maura Tierney in the television series "Parenthood." In July 2012, she was a guest judge on the reality TV show "Project Runway." There is a long list of her hit sitcoms. So, we expect that Lauren will come up the expectations of her fans in the upcoming series. Since she signed for the lead role in the Fox comedy pilot, she seems very excited. She has said that she is receiving new gigs. However, she will not take any decisions hurriedly as she wants to provide her fans with some outstanding series. In the case of “Linda from HR,” it is a complete family comedy. Here Lauren has played a lady with monotonous and unfulfilled life.

Soon things change when she gets a chance to go for an adventurous ride.

Graham seems excited about ‘Linda from HR.'

Graham looks happy because she has landed a good role in “Linda from HR.” It is a family sitcom that revolves around a human resources employee, Linda Plugh (Graham). Plugh makes bad decisions throughout her life.

One of her worst decisions turns her life into a dangerous thrill ride. Geoff Barbanell and Itai Grunfeld (Disney XD's Kickin' It) have written the script of the sitcom. The director is “My Name is Earl” executive producer Marc Buckland.