Margaret Cho is about to star in a new kind of after-school special.
The comedian, actress, singer and San Francisco native will play the lead in a dramedy about marijuana that's intended for family audiences.
According to Variety, the hour-long show, which is being developed for Amazon, is called "Highland" and will find Cho moving in with her family after completing a court-ordered stay in rehab.
The catch: Her family now runs a medical marijuana dispensary.
"Highland" was written by Liz Sarnoff, who has also written for "Deadwood," "Lost," and "Alcatraz."
Cho has also been working on "#BeRobin: The Movie," a documentary about helping San Francisco's homeless population, which included two months of daily busking on city streets to raise money and awareness.