Kate Winslet is returning to ‘HBO’, but not for ‘Mare of Easttown’ Season 2

Kate Winslet is headed back to TV, but don't expect to hear more of her Philadelphia accent. The actress, who won an Emmy for her role in HBO's Mare of Easttown, is returning to the network in a series based on the novel Trust, according to Variety. Trust, written by Hernan Diaz and released in May 2022, tells the story of "a wealthy financier who reads a novel based on his own life and is dissatisfied by his and his wife's portrayal so he asks a secretary to ghostwrite his memoir and set the record straight. She, however, grows uncomfortably aware that he is rewriting history and his wife's place in it." Winslet will also executive produce the series, which is currently finding a writer to adapt the story. While the announcement might not be the one fans had in mind, the dream for more of Mare of Easttown isn't dead. When asked about a potential season two, Winslet didn't shut the door. "I honestly don't have a clear answer," she told E! News in September.