Sarah Silverman is coming to Logo.
Comedian, whose Emmy-nominated Comedy Central series “The Sarah Silverman Program” ended last year, is set to exec produce “Tig Has Friends.”
The show is one of five the Viacom-owned cabler has on its development slate.
“Tig Has Friends” stars Tig Notaro, who will interview the cast of a TV show, movie or band each week and reveal their unknown talents. Erin O’Malley will also exec produce.
Peter Marc Jacobson, co-creator of “The Nanny,” is developing “Queen of Harts,” a multicam comedy about a struggling hairdresser who disguises himself as a woman in order to land a job as a nanny for the family of a former ’80s rock star.
On the reality side, Logo, which caters to a gay and lesbian aud, has three series in the works.
In “Sex Therapy,” Dr. Christopher Donaghue offers guidance to those in a group who are dealing with issues that include trust, infidelity and sexual addiction. Julie Pizzi and Patty Ivins Specht exec produce with PB&J Television.
As a spinoff to “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” “Life’s a Drag,” brings together contestants from past seasons to work and live together while headlining a drag revue.
Finally, Alek Keshishian will exec produce an untitled series that will examine the hectic life of celeb hairstylist Sally Hersh-berger.