Jennifer Aniston in an internationally recognized actor. She rose to fame through her role as Rachel on the TV comedy "Friends." Her career sky rocketed once the Series ended and she has been a long standing actress in Hollywood ever since. It has been over a decade since Aniston has acted on the small screen but the star has signed up for a new series. There is not much known about the series to date but Aniston is to be joined by former co-star Reese Witherspoon.

Aniston to star in TV series

It has been more than a decade since Jennifer Aniston made an appearance on a TV series.

According to NME, the former "Friends" star has signed on for a new TV series. The title for this series has not yet been released. In an interview with Variety in January of this year, Aniston confirmed that she was ready to return to the small screen.

She stated that she has thought about it a lot over the past few years. She added that TV series is really where the work is. The star expressed a desire to play a mix of exciting characters with different story lines. This is the next step in Aniston's career and the star appears more than ready to meet the challenge.

In terms of this new series, her role has been confirmed by Stephen Huvane. Huvane is a representative for the actor and has confirmed that she has signed on for the new TV series.

The series has not been picked up by a TV network. According to the Telegraph, discussions are currently underway.

Witherspoon to reunite with former co-star

Reese Witherspoon often appeared on the TV series "Friends" where she played Rachel's sister. Actors Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon have remained friends since they co-starred together in the popular comedy series.

According to NME, Witherspoon has also signed on for this new television series. Witherspoon is due to be involved in the production of the series and it has been confirmed that he will be receiving production credits.

Reese Witherspoon has been busy lately with her TV series "Big Little Lies." The actor was nominated for an Emmy for her role in the series which ended April 2 of this year.

Witherspoon is not wasting any time and jumped at the opportunity to be involved in this new series.

It has been confirmed that the script for the series will be written by Jay Carson. Carson worked on the series "House of Cards" as a producer. Michael Ellenberg is in charge of the project. According to CBS, Ellenberg is currently having discussions with several TV networks about the direction he wants to take the show in.