The half-hour show will air on TV Land

By Michele Corriston
Updated June 02, 2015 05:20 PM
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Her adult life is on full display on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now, Kyle Richards will take fans inside her childhood.

The reality star is producing a TV Land comedy inspired by her upbringing, the network announced Tuesday. 30 Rock producer John Wells is also on board for the untitled project.

The series will follow a 40-year-old single mother, Bonnie Nolan, raising three young daughters in the 1970s: A premise that mirrors how Kyle, 46, and sisters Kim Richards, 50, and Kathy Hilton, 56, grew up.

“I am extremely excited and proud to be collaborating with such a talented and creative team of John Wells Productions, John Riggi, Warner Horizon Television and TV Land to bring this story to life,” Kyle said in a statement.

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The show should mean more drama on RHOBH: Former child actors Kim and Kyle have been estranged since Kim’s relapse last season, and Kim has blasted her sister for selling their late mom’s Palm Springs house.