Tiffany Haddish to Produce Show on 'Female Blackness' for HBO

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Titled Unsubscribed, the series is the first project of Haddish's first-look deal that she inked with HBO earlier this year. Unsubscribed is written by Xosha Roquemore and Danielle Henderson. The series marks the first writing gig for Roquemore, who starred on The Mindy Project, which closed in 2017, and now has a role on Showtime's I'm Dying Up Here.

"I didn't wanna dance no more, I felt like this ass is deadly", she quipped. Henderson is a seasoned TV writer, having worked on shows like "Maniac", "Difficult People" and "Divorce". She is also the creator of the website Feminist Ryan Gosling.

Tiffany Haddish recently made Jimmy Fallon laugh after they role played her imaginary date with Brad Pitt.

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The two then role-played what would happen during Pitt and Haddish's first date, which included them going to the actress' "hood" of South Central for dinner, her asking him "how's Angie doing", and then things turning south.

Haddish explained she worked as an "energy producer" at parties and events across the country for 11 years before breaking out in Hollywood. Her memoir, "The Last Black Unicorn", came out in December and was named a New York Times best seller. She now stars opposite Tracy Morgan in the TBS comedy series, The Last O.G. Apart from that, she will also star in the comedy film Night School with Kevin Hart. The comic also has "Limited Partners" in development at Paramount, and is set to star in and serve as an exec producer on the project.

Haddish is represented by APA, Principato Young, and Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano.

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