Netflix and creator Regina Hicks are continuing their partnership, as The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Hicks and the streaming company have agreed to a multiple-year deal.
The series has already been renewed for a second season, with both Hicks and co-creator Wanda Sykes set to return to work on it.
As part of the deal, Hicks is set to team up with Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground production house to develop a scripted comedy about four middle-aged Black women.
Hicks’ previous work with Netflix saw her co-create The Upshaws, a comedy sitcom starring Mike Epps, Kim Fields, and Page Kennedy.
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