Singer/actress Juliette Lewis has no plans to give up touring if her new TV series The Firm takes off - she's planning to stage concerts during filming breaks.
Lewis has a recurring role in the drama, which is set 10 years after the 1991 John Grisham novel of the same name and its subsequent film adaptation.
The star hopes viewers react positively to the show and TV bosses commission a second season - and she's already planning how to juggle her music career around filming commitments.
Lewis tells Postmedia News, "I'll figure it out! I will never be able to be out on the road for a year at a time, anymore, if this show (is successful)."
"I will tour on my hiatuses for two to three months. At the end of the day, my truest, greatest love is the live show - and so I just won't be touring all those itty-bitty towns and cities that I once did, and I'll just consolidate my touring time... "
"My livelihood became being a touring act, so now I'm going to focus more on the music and the videos."