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Parks and Recreation alum Aubrey Plaza is heading to TBS, as the network has given a pilot order to her horror-comedy Nightmare Time.
TVLine reported Wednesday the actress will executive produce and star as herself in the half-hour project, which Plaza co-wrote with Darcy Fowler, Kieran Valla and Seth Kirschner.
The outrageous Nightmare is described as follows: "Set in Aubrey Plaza’s Nightmare Clinic, celebrity guests check in to overcome recurring nightmares. Thanks to advanced technology, we’re able to peer into their restless minds, and witness their nightmares in real time. But what is ‘real’ anyway? Maybe it’s all just a nightmare in Aubrey’s mind. One endless nightmare that could eventually destroy her and the entire world."
Should Nightmare Time make it to series, Plaza could have a busy 2017, considering she's also co-starring with Dan Stevens and Jean Smart in FX's Marvel series Legion, which is expected to premiere sometime early next year.