Claire Danes has ben hard at work shooting the upcoming drama miniseries Fleishman Is In Trouble with Jesse Eisenberg and Lizzy Caplan.
But on Thursday the actress took advantage of some downtime and headed out on a casual stroll with her husband Hugh Dancy.
They made their way around the bustling street of Manhattan chatting and laughing, and eventually made their way to a restaurant.
Danes, 43, opted for casual and comfort in the fashion department dressed in colorful drawstring pants that she matched with a white long-sleeve shirt and brown sandals.
In keeping with her chill vibe, the Homeland star pulled her short blonde tresses back off her face with a white scarf.
With a two-tone gray bag over her shoulder, the longtime leading lady appeared to be a serious conversation with her husband at one point.
Two years after wrapping her hit series Homeland, Danes made her return to television with two new series in 2022.
The actress started shooting the drama Fleishman Is In Trouble back in February. The nine-episode limited series created by author Taffy Brodesser-Akner, follows Toby Fleishman (Jesse Eisenberg), a doctor and recent divorcee who wades into the mysterious world of online dating.
While he finds himself having much more success than he imagined, his life is turned upside down when his Claire’s character, Rachel, disappears and leaves him with the kids.
Toby finds himself juggling his parental responsibilities with a new promotion at the hospital where he works and all of the eligible women Manhattan has to offer, while also finding out what happened to Rachel and their failed marriage.
So far there’s no word on when Fleishman Is In Trouble will make its premiere on FX on Hulu.
Earlier in the year, Danes also made her return to TV in the gothic romance period drama miniseries The Essex Serpent.
She plays London widow Cora Seaborne, a woman who moves to Essex to investigate reports of a mythical serpent. Eventually, Vora forms a surprising bond of science and skepticism with the local pastor (Tom Hiddleston), but when tragedy strikes, locals accuse her of attracting the creature.
The show, which premiered on Apple TV+ on May 13, also stars Frank Dillane, Clémence Poésy, Hayley Squires, Jamael Westman, Lily-Rose Aslandogdu and Gerard Kearns, among others.
Most recently, Dancy starred in the historical drama film in Downton Abbey: A New Era that premiered back in May.
The British actor, 47, is also known to fans for his roles in the film adaption of David Copperfield (2000), as well as Black Hawk Down (2001), Shooting Dogs (2005) and the NBC series Hannibal (2013-2015).