Claire Foy to Star in TV Series About Facebook, Called 'Doomsday Machine'

We’ve gotten used to seeing Claire Foy in The Crown (2016-2020), and now it’s time to switch gears, with her heading to a modern-day drama.
There’s a new series in the works, which will map out the controversies and crises that plague Facebook, with Foy starring as COO Sheryl Sandberg, reports The Hollywood Reporter.  
The social media platform can be a very polarizing experience, as it’s a way to keep in touch with people, but at the same time, it can cause discord.
The title of the forthcoming series seems only fitting, at least for those who have found the website troubling.
But, the makers of the series appear to be basing its name on the internal mechanics of the company, not necessarily the user-experience, but even so, it may act as a double entendre.  
The series is set to pull its content from Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang’s 2021 book An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook’s Battle for Domination, which is based on investigative reporting.
The book covers the past five years, with the description pointing out that Facebook does play a positive role, as it “connects the world,” but the company itself has had “fatal cracks,” like “mishandling users’ data, spreading fake news, and amplifying dangerous hate speech.
The above may be the writers’ opinions, but they assert that their sources are “unrivaled.”
The series may help prove these findings or give Facebook the chance to refute the claims.  

The story follows Sandberg and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, beginning with the 2016 Presidential election and leading up to the current day.
There’s no mention of where the series will be available for watching, just yet.
Any ideas on who should play the tech genius-turned-billionaire?