By Evan Slead
Updated August 29, 2016 at 10:15 PM EDT
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Alicia Silverstone and Mena Suvari, stars of TV Land’s upcoming comedy-drama American Woman, are teasing the ‘70s-set series through the modern tool of social media.

Created by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, American Woman follows a single mother of two living in the 1970s. Silverstone was previously announced to lead the show as Bonnie Nolan, while Suvari will play her close friend, Kathleen.

Both actresses posted photos from the beginning stages of the pilot’s filming. Suvari posted a pic on Saturday of the pilot script, titled “Liberation.” Silverstone, meanwhile, shared a selfie Monday with producer and series creator Richards. “We just finished the table read for #AmericanWoman,” said the Clueless actress. “@KyleRichards is producing! Such a good script and a juicy part for me.”

Alex Hardcastle, whose credits include Parks and Recreation, Grace and Frankie, and You’re The Worst, will direct the pilot episode. The Comeback and 30 Rock writer John Riggi penned the premiere episode.

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