Julia Roberts won't be appearing in season two of thriller TV series "Homecoming".
According to sources, Roberts' initial deal for "Homecoming" - her first TV series regular role - was for a one-season commitment based purely on the Amazon drama's creative storyline.
The Oscar-winning actress will still remain involved as an executive producer alongside showrunner Sam Esmail.
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It is not clear if there will be any other major cast departures for season two or if any of the other stars - including Stephan James, Bobby Cannavale, Shea Whigham, Alex Karpovsky and Sissy Spacek - will return.
The show hails from Anonymous Content and Universal Cable Productions where Esmail is under an overall deal.
"Homecoming", adapted from a podcast with the same name, follows the life of case worker-turned-waitress Heidi Bergman (Roberts) as she struggles to remember her time working at a facility that treats soldiers returning from war.