Amy Schumer is going back to television — this time, on Hulu.
The actress and comedian has signed a first-look deal with Hulu that includes "Love, Beth," her first series since Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer."
Schumer will create, write, direct, produce and star in the scripted comedy "Love, Beth." Details about the plot and characters have not yet been revealed.
This marks her first scripted TV series regular role and the first show since her award-winning sketch show on Comedy Central. She reportedly still has a contract with the network for a fifth season of "Inside Amy Schumer," but no movement has been made on it since Season 4 ended in 2016.
In the past few years, Schumer has concentrated on movies and stand-up. She starred in "Trainwreck" and "I Feel Pretty," appeared in two Netflix specials and one HBO special, and wrote and memoir "The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo.
She got married to chef Chris Fischer in 2018 and the couple welcomed their first child in March.