Washington, Oct 31 : After acting in hit sitcoms like 'Friends' and 'Scrubs', Hollywood actress Courtney Cox is all set to play the lead in a new comedy called 'Cougar Town'.
'Cougar Town' will be created by Bill Lawrence, who created Scrubs.
The upcoming program will be based on an attractive, newly single 40-year-old mom (Cox) with a 17-year-old son.
"Forty-year-old women on TV are so beautiful and perfect and wrinkle-free," The Hollywood Reporter quoted Lawrence, as saying.
"People don't do the reality of it, and there is a real comedy area about a woman who is talking about Botox, about having sex with the lights on and how her body is changing," he added.
Lawrence, who has worked with Cox in 'Friends' as a writer, drew inspiration for the concept of 'Cougar Town' from his wife Christa Miller.
Cox revealed that she has been "a huge fan of Bill Lawrence and his comedic sensibilities" since "Friends" and that "after having such a great time with him on 'Scrubs,' it felt like the perfect fit."