Casting has begun for the Israeli version of HBO's hit series "Sex and the City." Young actress Neta Plotnik has been chosen for the lead role and will be playing the local version of columnist Carrie Bradshaw, Ynet has learned.
Plotnik, 27, has acted in the musical drama Danny Hollywood and the online series "The Truth Warriors."
Producer and actress Noa Tishby has been reported as being considered for the lead role, however the collaboration did not pan out.
The comedy series, produced by Globus Group, will revolve around the lives of three friends in their 30s living in Tel Aviv. It has yet to be sold to a broadcasting network.
The first two episodes are currently being filmed, each costing some $200,000.
The company will then begin negotiating an broadcasting contract.
Globus Group had no comment on the report.