Tiffany Haddish To Produce HBO Comedy Series About Instagram Hustle

Tiffany Haddish will produce an HBO comedy about “female blackness” and “the Instagram hustle”
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09 April, 2018

Before she made her big break as an actress, Tiffany Haddish toured the country for 11 years as a bar mitzvah hype girl.

Haddish has a first-look deal with HBO, where she will develop new projects with the premium cable outlet under a two-year pact.

Haddish also described an encounter she had with Brad Pitt in an elevator recently.

"There's probably a lot of video footage of me just killin' it at the mitzvahs", she joked. In addition to the announcement about the show, she now stars opposite Tracy Morgan on the new TBS comedy The Last O.G. While HBO is primarily known for its prestige dramas, it also has had quite a few solid comedy series that can not quite be called sitcoms.

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Haddish will also be the executive producer for Universal Studio's upcoming flick, The Temp.

TV host Fallon proceeded to ask his guest if she would role-play what their first date might look like. She played the character Tamera in The Mindy Project for six seasons, as well as Jo Ann in the Oscar-nominated film Precious.

The project comes from writers Xosha Roquemore and Danielle Henderson, who previously wrote for Hulu's Difficult People and HBO's own Divorce. Last year's sexual harassment scandals triggered by accusations of rape and sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein did not only bring about an awareness of male-centric work culture in Hollywood, it also helped Hollywood studios to push for the representation of hitherto marginalised communities and groups. The films only need good stories and talented crew to reach an audience.


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