Kimberley Crossman lands role on CBS' The Great Indoors

As if working on TV shows on other sides of the world wasn't keeping her busy enough, Kimberley Crossman has just signed on for a major CBS sitcom.

The Kiwi actress has revealed she will join the cast of The Great Indoors, which also stars Stephen Fry and Joel McHale (The X Files, The Soup, Community).

The former Shortland Street star shared the news with her social media followers, posting a photo of her holding the script.

Kiwi Kimberley Crossman and Joel McHale on the set of the shoe The Great Indoors.
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Kiwi Kimberley Crossman and Joel McHale on the set of the shoe The Great Indoors.

She followed it up with a snap of herself and McHale on set, with the caption, "Can't wait for you all to see @greatindoorscbs. Thanks @joelmchale for your amazing attempt at a New Zealand accent to make me feel more at home".

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Stoked to be working on CBS's new comedy The Great Indoors. 🎬🎥 #thegreatindoors #cbs

A photo posted by Kimberley Crossman (@kimcrossman) on

The Great Indoors about an adventure reporter (McHale) who writes for the magazine Outdoor Limits.

But things go awry when the editor, (Fry) announces its move to web-only publishing and assigns Jack to supervise the millennial reporters.

Crossman, who was in Auckland in June to film season two of Funny Girls with Rose Matafeo and Madeleine Sami, has also been juggling filming the E! Channel reality series Hashtaggers

Actress Kimberley Crossman in Terry Teo and the Gunrunners to be screened on TV2 in 2016.
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Actress Kimberley Crossman in Terry Teo and the Gunrunners to be screened on TV2 in 2016.

The Great Indoors airs in the US on October 27.

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US based New Zealand actress Kimberley Crossman talks about her new comedy role on TV3.
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US based New Zealand actress Kimberley Crossman talks about her new comedy role on TV3.

 - Stuff

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