Tiffany Haddish’s Next Project ‘Unsubscribed’ Will Examine Black Femininity On HBO
Tiffany Haddish is developing a comedy series called ‘Unsubscribed’ for HBO that will examine female blackness, beauty, and identity.
Add executive producer to the list of titles that Tiffany Haddish currently dons as hats. The hardest working woman in show business, who also has a first-look deal with HBO, is set to develop a comedy series titled Unsubscribed for the cable juggernaut, according to Variety.
Described as an “examination of female blackness, beauty, and identity through a behind-the-scenes look at the Instagram hustle,” Haddish is bringing this series to view courtesy of writers Xosha Roquemore and Danielle Henderson. This project also marks the former’s first outing as a writer, as she is known primarily for her acting work in The Mindy Project and will recur in the second season of Showtime’s I’m Dying Up Here.
Henderson’s TV writing credits include the upcoming Netflix series Maniac, as well as HBO’s Divorce and Hulu’s Difficult People. She is also the brains and the pen behind the website Feminist Ryan Gosling.
Unsubscribed is the first project since Haddish signed her deal with HBO, and will come out under her She Ready Productions banner. Currently, Tiffany is proving worthy of the “hardest working woman” title, as she stars opposite Tracy Morgan in the TBS comedy The Last O.G. and will voice one of the lead characters in the animated Netflix series Tuca & Bertie. She will also star in New Line’s The Kitchen, Universal’s The Temp and Night School with Kevin Hart, Paramount’s Limited Partners, which is in development, and we’re sure plenty of more to come as the year goes on.