Issa Rae continues to add to her packed plate of activity as she prepares for the end of ‘Insecure.’
For, the star has signed on to executive produce a major new HBO show.
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Rae has teamed with Jaboukie Young-White, who is spearheading the series adaptation of Vanessa R. Panfil’s book book ‘The Gang’s All Queer: The Lives of Gay Gang Members.’
Per Variety, the half-hour series follows a closeted twenty-something in Chicago. Mourning a gang-related death, he ditches college to find reckless closure.
Young-White is on board as writer, while Rae will executive produce under her Hoorae imprint alongside Montrel McKay.
The news comes on the heels of Rae’s 8-figure deal with Warner Media (which is HBO’s parent company).