Written by: Kashanda Charisma | @kashandacharisma
"Insecure" writer and producer Amy Aniobi has signed an overall deal at HBO, strengthening her relationship with the premium cable outlet.
The two-year pact will have Aniobi continue as a co-executive producer of Insecure, which is going into its fourth season and she is writing limited series "The Dolls" with her Insecure colleagues Issa Rae (who will also star) and Laura Kittrell.
HBO has also put into development "Attachment", a comedy series Aniobi co-created and will executive produce; she'll also develop new projects for the network.
“Attachment” centers on a first-generation Indian-American tech CEO who's forced to share her tiny New York City apartment with her mother, who's considering a divorce. The two learn to live with each other and for themselves.
Attachment will seek to join an HBO comedy lineup that, along with "Insecure", includes Ballers, Barry, Crashing, Divorce, High Maintenance, Silicon Valley and Veep.
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