We will soon see her again in Indiana Jones and the wheel of time.

But Phoebe Waller-Bridge ‘s beginnings are linked to the small screen, also as an author and producer: after having created and interpreted the delicious sit-com Crashing , her consecration came with Fleabag , celebrated as one of the most important series of recent years. Killing Eve , of which she wrote four episodes (including the first), has done nothing but increase her fame.

Well, now Variety reports that Phoebe Waller-Bridge will continue to work in television: she will in fact be the executive producer of Sign Here , a series based on the novel of the same name by Claudia Lux , produced by Amazon Studios for Prime Video . Lux herself will be involved as co-writer.

Jenny Robbins will also executive produce with Waller-Bridge , via their Wells Street Films . The project is part of the agreement between the author and Amazon , which has just been renewed.

The synopsis of the novel

The novel, published by Penguin Random House , features a man who works in hell… literally.

Peyote Trip has a good job in the chord department on the fifth floor of Hell. Sure, not even a pen works, the coffee machine has been broken for a century, and the only drink available is the Jägermeister, but Pey has a plan — and all she needs is a member of the Harrison family sell his soul.

When the Harrisons retreat to their lake house for the summer, with Ruth, a precocious friend of their daughter Mickey, in tow, the opportunity Pey has been waiting for a millennium may finally be at hand. And with the help of his charismatic colleague Calamity, he sets a plan in motion.

But things aren’t always as they seem, on Earth or in Hell. As old secrets and new dangers emerge beneath the Harrisons’ glittering surface, revealing the darkness that lies beyond, everyone must face the consequences of their choices.

In short, there is good material for a satirical comedy and fantasy. We will keep you posted.