Tiffany Haddish has a bunch of acting roles in the works, but she'll be sitting in the producer's chair for her next project, an HBO comedy series called Unsubscribed.

Variety reports Haddish will serve as an executive producer for the show which will examine "female blackness, beauty, and identity through a behind-the-scenes look at the Instagram hustle."

Xosha Roquemore and Danielle Henderson are set to pen the series. This will be the first writing gig for Roquemore, who's mostly known for her acting in roles like Tamra Webb in The Mindy Project and Joann in Precious. She's also slated to appear in Showtime's I’m Dying Up Here. On the other hand, Henderson's writing credits are stacked with work for Netflix's upcoming Maniac, HBO's Divorce, and Hulu's Difficult People. She also created the site, Feminist Ryan Gosling and contributed to the feminist dystopian comic book, Bitch Planet.

This project is the first to come of HBO and Haddish's She Ready Productions after she signed a two-year deal with them. In addition to more projects with HBO, Haddish is breaking records on her TBS show with Tracy Morgan, The Last O.G. and is set to make history as the first black woman to host the MTV Movie & TV Awards in June.

On the acting side, she's slated to star in Tyler Perry's The List, Night School with Kevin Hart, and a gritty comic book adaptation series, The Kitchen, with Melissa McCarthy. She has three more comedy films on her plate as well—Uncle Drew, Limited Partners, and The Temp along with a satirical thriller, The Oath. Haddish will also dabble in voice acting in Netflix's adult cartoon series, Tuca and Bertie as well as in The Lego Movie sequel.

She ready.