Tina Fey is back in business with NBC/Universal. Well, not that she ever left really. But she is working on another workplace comedy for the peacock network. The project, which is currently untitled also links Fey back with her 30 Rock showrunner, Robert Carlock. While Fey is involved, the writer for the project is another 30 Rock alum, writer-producer Colleen McGuiness who actually sold the script to the network.
The show’s basic premise is to be be character-driven in the workplace in the vein of Cheers. It will star a young woman trying to reconnect with her father and finds a new family on Fire Island. The show will fall under Fey’s Little Stranger production company and is part of the overall four-year development deal she struck with NBC/Universal last year.