If you didn't get your fill of Tiffany Haddish at the Oscar's last night, fret not because you're about to be seeing a lot more of her very soon.

The Girls' Trip comedian has been tapped to star alongside Tika Sumpter and Omari Hardwick in the upcoming Tyler Perry production The List, Deadline reports. Slated to release in November 2018, the plot is described as: "When her wild sister (Haddish) gets released from prison and re-enters her life, Danica (Sumpter) is forced to accept that she may be getting “catfished” by an online boyfriend whom she has never met in person."

The List is just one of Haddish's many upcoming projects. She will team up with Tracy Morgan in the TBS sitcom The Last OG, and has a new movie with Kevin Hart scheduled to release in September called Night School. Last month, it was rumored that Haddish and Melissa McCarthy were putting the finishing touches on a deal to star in The Kitchen — a female-led drama directed by Straight Outta Compton screenplay co-writer Andrea Berloff. New Line Cinema and DC Entertainment are said to be heading up the film. The screenplay is based on Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle's 2014 comic book series. 

The List is being released by Paramount Players. Aside from this film, Haddish and Perry will also team up for the OWN series If Loving You Is Wrong, which she previously appeared on back in 2014-2015.