Fresh off the hit "Sex and the City" movie, Kim Cattrall is set to star in her own comedy series for HBO, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The series will be an adaptation of the British series "Sensitive Skin" that is being written and executive produced by "The Sopranos" writers Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green.
Cattrall will also executive produce the show, which is currently in development at the cable network. "Sensitive Skin" will be centered around her character, a mother and wife living in New York City who rediscovers her sexuality and begins to question the choices she has made.
The show falls under a development deal Cattrall signed with HBO when she agreed to participate in the "Sex and the City" film. This will be the second collaboration between Cattrall and HBO since she ended her run as Samantha, a role that won her a Golden Globe. In 2005 she executive produced and starred in the documentary "Kim Cattrall: Sexual Intelligence."