Tina Fey is back in the television business!
30 Rock came to a planned end earlier this year on NBC with Liz Lemon (Fey) finally "getting it all"-- and adopting two kids who were pretty much miniature versions of Tracy and Jenna anyway, proving all of her life was preparation for that moment. But Fey is already jumping back into original series work with a currently untitled new comedy for FOX.
The Hollywood Reporter announced that Fey, Matt Hubbard and Robert Carlock's new multi-camera project set at a women's college (which has just opened its doors to men) has been ordered straight to series already in this development season.
Hubbard is set to pen the half-hour effort, with Fey, Carlock, and David Miner joining him as executive producers on the project from Universal Television. FOX ultimately won out on ordering this project, though it was in contention for NBC, too.
Fey had a lot to say about the high school world with her adaptation of Mean Girls, so let's hope her commentary is just as strong about higher education!
Will you watch?
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