Hurray! Tina Fey is Planning Her Television Comeback

Your imaginary best friend is back on television again. Crack open your night cheese and dust-off your snuggy. Let the celebrations begin!


It's true! I swear!

According to Katie Dries at Jezebel, Tina Fey will be the executive-producer of a show that will be similar to Cheers. "The show is reportedly "a character-driven workplace comedy where a young woman in search of reconnecting with her father finds a new home and family on Fire Island." So she works at a club in...the Fire Island Pines? Please God say yes," writes Dries.

Fey will be teaming up with 30-Rock writer and producer Colleen McGuinness. No word yet on whether she'll be writing the show as well. 

Another female-centric comedy on our screens? Produced by Tina Fey? I can't believe this is happening. The anticipation is killing me. No, really. I actually think I need to sit down.


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Elizabeth Plank

Elizabeth is a Senior Correspondent at Mic and the host of Flip the Script.

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