Miley Cyrus Is Rocking Long Blonde Hair Again In Photos From Her New TV Show

Miley Cyrus is delving back into the world of acting with wigs — this time not with her dad, but with filmmaker Woody Allen.

On Tuesday, Entertainment Weekly released the first photos and details of Woody Allen's first ever TV show, "Crisis in Six Scenes."

The six-episode Amazon series will focus on a conservative older couple (played by Woody Allen and Elaine May) and a conservative younger couple (John Magaro and Rachel Brosnahan) who have their way of life challenged by a radical hippie.

And who is that radical hippie? None other Hannah Montana herself — aka Miley Cyrus.

Woody Allen's mysterious TV show starring @MileyCyrus releases first photos: — Entertainment Weekly (@EW) August 30, 2016

It looks like Miley has her long, blonde Hannah Montana hair back for the role, so we finally know what those set pictures from six months ago were all about.

The story takes place in the 1960s, and Miley's character gets caught up in the political and communist movements of the time.

"Radical" doesn't sound like too far of a stretch for the 23-year-old actress and singer, who has come to be known for her abrasive, counterculture attitude in recent years.

She's definitely rocking the hippie look in the promo stills.

I never thought I'd live in a world where Miley Cyrus has an Emmy, but that possibility is looking more and more likely.

As for Woody Allen, the 80-year-old filmmaker was reportedly gifted $15 million from Amazon to make the show anything he wanted it to be.

Allen was recently quoted in an interview with The Guardian saying he had no interest in discussing the famed allegations of sexual abuse against him.

He said,

I have no interest in all of that.

This is following a now two-year old open letter from Allen's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, who said Allen sexually abused her many times throughout her childhood.

"Crisis in Six Scenes" will begin streaming on Amazon on September 30.

Citations: Woody Allen's mysterious TV show releases first photos (Entertainment Weekly)