Megan Statler, the Darling of 'Hacks,' has been cast in 'Church Girls.'

Megan Statler, the Darling of 'Hacks,' has been cast in 'Church Girls.' ...

According to Deadline, Megan Stalter of HBO Maxs Hacks has been acted as the lead in Church Girls, an upcoming comedy by HBO Max and A24. The series will include half-hour-long episodes, although there is no word on the episode count yet.

Beth Parker, a 20-year-old closeted lesbian, is shown attempting to improve her religious beliefs and faith in God as well as her transition to adulthood in the Ohio suburbia. The show is based on Stalters'' real-life experiences. She was raised in the Pentecostal Church and attended Wayne High School where she was caught acting bug. She would then go on to college, pursue a comedy career, and perform improvisational sketches as well as acting in shows.

Stalter is well-known for her breakout role as Kayla, the somewhat aloof assistant to Jimmy LaSuque, in Hacks. This comedy drama follows Deborah Vance, a Las Vegas comedian who has had a comedy makeover to keep her audience and residency at the Palmetto Casino. This brings us to Ava, a young comedian who has been blackballed due to an insensitive tweet and her reputation for being arrogant and self-centered. Vance, in turn, helps Ava deal with

Stalter, who is also executive producing Church Girls, has been appointed as executive producers for Range Media Partners alongside Brillstein Entertainment Partners. HBO Max and A24 are co-producing.

HBO Max is a streaming service that provides many critically-acclaimed and audience-praised movies, such as Westworld, Studio Ghibli films, Dune, Rick, and Morty. Apart from this, it has several popular media productions including Euphoria, the Game of Thrones fantasy series, and Last Week Tonight, with John Oliver.

A24 is well-known for its high-quality productions. Not only has the company collaborated with HBO to create Euphoria, but also for other streaming platforms, such as Showtimes Ziwe, Netflixs Ali Wong: Don Wong, and TruTVs At Home with Amy Sedaris. Church Girls is one of the companies'' next productions, along with Irma Vep, The Sympathizer, Peacocks Would It Kill You To Laugh?, and Netflixs Mo.

This will make for an interesting watch for everyone with interesting and mostly unexplored subject matter. Stalter will no doubt offer some realness and brutal honesty to the story, who prefers to tell it than her?