The brain and heart behind the fantabulous "Gilmore Girls" (creator-executive producer) Amy Sherman-Palladino will be tackling more mother-daughter relationships in a project for HBO.
Amy will write and executive produce the untitled dramedy, which "chronicles the complicated relationship between three adult sisters, all writers, sharing the same upper east side apartment building, and their mother, a domineering literary lioness who reserves most of her affections for their ne'er-do-well brother."
"It's a story of love, hate, family -- and finding the perfect opening line," Sherman-Palladino said.
I absolutely can't wait - how good does it sound!! I wonder who the cast will be - oh it's too hard to wait.... Amy is my hero!! She ran the show starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel for the first six years before parting ways with producing studio Warner Bros. TV. Even I will admit that the show was never the same after Amy left.
All Hail The Sherman-Palladino