Foster plays Sarah Woodcock, a newlywed wife who lives next door to a more cynical couple played by Garrett and Joely Fisher, though she admits shes surprised she even got the role.
As she puts it, Im shocked to be cast, because I didnt think I was right for the role but, obviously, the writers sensed what Im bringing to the character.
What shes NOT bringing is an interest in actually being married. Foster claims she has no plans of tying the knot ever but enjoys playing married for five days a week.
Foster also says adjusting to the move from New York to Los Angeles wasnt nearly as strange as dealing with the hype for the series.
As she puts it, Im seeing billboards for the series all over. Most of them feature Brad, but if I knew the location of one with my face, Id definitely want to see it.
Til Death, which also stars Eddie Kaye Thomas, debuts September 7.
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