Comedian Amy Schumer will return to TV next year with her new project, "Love, Beth," though there are scant details about the show.
First-Look Deal For Schumer
Schumer has inked a first-look deal with Hulu for her series creation, her first since "Inside Amy Schumer," which aired on Comedy Central.
Schumer will do most of the heavy lifting with "Love, Beth," like executive produce, write and direct the series, which is slated for 10 episodes right now.
More 'Inside Amy Schumer' Still a Possibility
Schumer is the owner of "Love, Beth," and so stands to profit the most from the show's success.
"Inside Amy Schumer" is not done yet, though there's no word on when the comedy will return for its fifth season.Comedy Central has indicated that whenever Schumer is ready for the next season, they're ready to air it.
Schumer's Everywhere These Days
"Love, Beth" will also be executive produced by Kevin Kane and Kim Caramele, and Endeavor Content will distribute the series internationally.
The deal Schumer struck has been said to be "healthy." She's also appeared in the movies I Feel Pretty and Trainwreck, has done a Netflix stand-up special and had a Broadway debut with "Meteor Shower."