“A Black Lady Sketch Show’s” Lauren Ashley Smith is developing a family comedy for ABC. The network won the project, titled “Moore & Moore,” in a “competitive situation,” per Deadline.
A single-camera comedy, “Moore & Moore” follows “a close-knit group of mostly-gay sisters who have a familial identity crisis when the lone bi sister brings her male fiancé into the family.”
Smith served head writer and co-executive producer for the first two seasons of HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” Robin Thede’s Emmy-winning sketch comedy series. She previously collaborated with Thede on BET’s “The Rundown with Robin Thede,” which she served as head writer on.
Along with her sisters Rachel and Mariah, Smith co-hosts a pop culture radio show, “Smith Sisters Live,” on SiriusXM channel Radio Andy.