Big screen breakout TIffany Haddish is looking to expand her stardom to the small screen!
The Girls’Trip actress has her first television project in development with HBO, ET can confirm.
Haddish, who recently signed a two-year deal with the premium cable network in January, would serve as the executive producer of Unsubscribed, a comedy series which “examines female blackness/beauty/identity through a behind-the-scenes look at the Instagram hustle,” according to HBO’s official logline.
This potential series is the latest project in a long string of titles that the 38-year-old beauty has added to her resume in 2018. Haddish is currently starring opposite Tracy Morgan in the new TBS series The Last O.G. and will serve as both executive producer and star in the upcoming animated series Tuca and Bertie on Netflix.
And over on the film side of Hollywood, Haddish will star alongside her longtime friend Kevin Hartin the upcoming comedy Night School and is set to share the big screen with Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss and more A-listers in the action-crime film, The Kitchen.
Haddish recently opened up to ET’s Nischelle Turner at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon in March about the future goals she has for herself beyond the world of entertainment. "I'm building an empire,” she said.
"I want to own two streets that intersect called Tiffany and Haddish," she detailed. "I want to open up a youth center, a mental health center and a job training center. And, like, all the skills that they've taken out of school, I want to be able to teach that to people.”
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