You can't stop comedic force of nature Amy Schumer. Homegirl is set to write and star in a new comedy for Fox, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The series will focus on a mother-daughter relationship, and will be produced by Paul Feig, the funnyman behind The Heat, Bridesmaids, and the upcoming Spy—so with him and Schumer at the wheel, it's probably going to be pee-your-pants funny.
Schumer and her sister, Kim Caramele, will rework the script to "put the main character in Amy's voice;" the script was originally written by Parks and Rec writer Katie Dippold, who's also set to executive produce.
No word yet on the plot, but sources say it's going to be an action-comedy about "a mother-daughter duo trapped in a vacation gone wrong," in the vein of The Heat. It's unclear if Schumer will play the mother or the daughter, or who will star as her counterpart (not that that's an intimidating role—NBD), but at least Hollywood hasn't kicked her out yet.