Busy Philipps getting her own late-night talk show at E!

There's a new woman in late-night!

The Cut reports that Busy Philipps has reportedly landed her own late-night talk show called "Busy Tonight," which will air later this year.

The outlet cites two sources who say the "I Feel Pretty" actress will executive produce the program in partnership with Julie Darmody and Eric Gurian. Production is expected to start this summer in Los Angeles.

Philipps' talk show puts her in rare company alongside the likes of Joan Rivers, Chelsea Handler, Samantha Bee, Robin Thede and Sarah Silverman, who are some of the few female personalities who have landed their own late-night programs, a space historically dominated by white men.

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The actress, who rose to fame on "Freaks and Geeks" and "Dawson's Creek," has seen her star reach much greater heights over the past couple of years thanks to her popular, unfiltered and hilarious Instagram Stories. Philipps has almost one million followers on the platform and takes them through her daily activities as a working actress, mother of two and wife to writer-director Marc Silverstein.

She's also known for her work on "Cougar Town" and "White Chicks" and is slated to release her first book in October. Neither Busy Philipps nor E! has confirmed The Cut's exclusive report.

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