By Entertainment Weekly
December 1, 2014

Lauren Graham is venturing into the world of late-night—sort of. NBC has given a script development deal to Kate on Later, which, if ordered, would be a potential post-Parenthood starring role for Graham, who is also co-writing with Liz Tuccillo.

The half hour, single-camera comedy follows its titular character breaking into the heavily male world of late-night talk shows, which the show’s official logline deems one of the “last remaining glass ceilings.” It’s all-too-timely given the recent changeover in late-night TV, which didn’t alter that world’s gender demographics at all.

Graham and Tuccillo will also executive produce along with Ellen DeGeneres and Jeff Kleeman.

This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly

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