In news just in, ‘Insecure’ TV series producer and star Issa Rae have reached a new deal with HBO which is set to keep her with the network for another five years.

According to Variety, the new five-year-long deal would see Issa Rae’s Hoorae media house join forces with WarnerMedia, giving HBO, HBO Max, and Warner Bros. television exclusive rights to Rae’s work in television, as well as a first-look film deal spanning WarnerMedia properties such as Warner Bros. Pictures Group, New Line, and HBO Max.

Speaking of to Variety, Rae said of the new deal: “It’s really exciting to have that flexibility and just deepen the relationship that we already have. Hoorae already had at least 15 projects in various stages of development with them, so we’d been working with them on the drama side, the unscripted side, and the documentaries side for a couple years now.”

Adding: “When people believe in you and build with you, I tend to want to further that relationship. That’s just been a staple of mine with so many of the people that I work with.”

This move comes after Issa Rae was reported to have partnered with City Girls for a new HBO Max Comedy titled “RaP Sh*t.”

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