The premium cable company will have Haddish develop projects for them.
Ever since stealing the show in Girls Trip and dominating the zeitgeist last year, Tiffany Haddish is now adding to her growing resume by linking up with HBO for a first-look deal, according to Variety. The actress will essentially work with the famed cable outfit to help develop new film and television projects for broadcast, as the company will utilize Haddish's comedic know-how and keen insight to maximize their entertainment value.
This comes after Haddish has picked up the New York Film Critics Circle award for best supporting actress for her star-turning role in the comedy Girls Trip, while also landing on the New York Times best-seller list for her memoir, The Last Black Unicorn.
Haddish is slated to star in the forthcoming Tracy Morgan comedy The Last OG, which will premiere in April on TBS. Furthermore, she will also lend her acting chops to Universal's Night School, also featuring fellow comedian Kevin Hart, which is set to premiere theatrically in September.
Haddish's schedule is booming with opportunity, as she will also appear in both The Kitchen and The Temp, which will see the talented comedienne executive produce the project under her She Ready company. Get ready for the actress's surefire talent to help wade you through the expansive entertainment field for the next little while.