Kyle Richards has just added a new project to her docket. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is slated to co-executive produce a single-camera comedy based on her life.
According to a press release, the show will be set in the 70's and focus on a 40-something woman, Bonnie Nolan, who must "claim her own brand of independence in a world not ready to give it." Bonnie and her cheating husband part ways and she must then raise her three daughters. The press release adds, "Bonnie is an enigma of the times: a single woman with no means to support herself or her children."
Described as a "dark comedy," the show was inspired by Kyle's own mom and family, including her two older sisters Kim Richards and Kathy Hilton. The show, which is currently in development, will air on TV Land, but no date has been announced for when it will premiere yet.
"I am extremely excited and proud to be collaborating with such a talented and creative team of John Wells Productions, John Riggi, Warner Bros. Television and TV Land to bring this story to life," Kyle says in a statement.
"We are beyond thrilled to be working with Warner Horizon Television and all of these amazing talents—John Riggi, John Wells, Andrew Stearn and, of course, Kyle Richards," Keith Cox, TV Land's EVP Development and Original Programming, says in a statement. "This project, the caliber of the people behind it and its fearless authenticity brings TV Land to new heights."