HBO has greenlit a new comedy pilot, Brothers in Atlanta, which will feature SNL alum Maya Rudolph. She’s said to be a recurring guest star, should the comedy get picked up. Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin, best known for writing-performing on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. They will write, executive produce and star on the show. Saturday Night Live mainstay Lorne Michaels is also executive producing under his Broadway Video banner. The story centers on best friends Langston, played by Riddle, and Moose, played by Salahuddin. They are two struggling entertainers living in Atlanta, where the pilot is set to shoot this spring. Rudolph is set to play Moose’s boss Shirle, a past-her-prime musician. Rudolph previously starred in and produced a pilot for NBC, The Maya Rudolph Show, which Riddle and Salahuddin worked on as writers. The actress-comedian got her start on Saturday Night Live and starred in the raunchy blockbuster Bridesmaids. But more recently she appeared in Paul Thomas Anderson‘s Inherent Vice and voiced Cass in Disney’s Big Hero 6, which is up for best animated feature at the Oscar’s. She is currently in production on the Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect, Shrek The Musical) directed Sisters, the new Amy Poehler and Tina Fey film.