The semi-autobiographical sitcom will see her playing a single mother living in London.
Talking further about the plot, they explain: “Her daughter, Olive, is her greatest love so she debates a second child with her greatest enemy – Olive’s dad. Can two wrongs make another right?”
The six half-hour episodes are being made by Clerkenwell Films, the production company that also makes Lovesick and The End Of The F***ing World, both of which have found success via the streaming site.
Netflix also confirmed today that it would be releasing Ryan’s latest stand-up special, Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room. The new special will be filmed at The Belasco Theater in Los Angeles on 11th December and will be made available to Netflix subscribers in 2019.
Today’s news confirms Netflix is building its relationship with the comedian, following on from the success of Katherine Ryan: In Trouble, the stand-up special launched on the service in 2017. Ryan is also set to appear alongside Jimmy Carr on the forthcoming Netflix panel show The Fix.
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