It is absolutely true that the Obama surname can just truly take you anywhere. Fans just can’t keep cool after the news that the stunning Malia Obama is reportedly in the works of Donald Glover’s New Amazon Series, “Hive” which is said to be based on the icon Beyonce.
The young adult is getting all geared up for her first biggest television task and she got the best in the lot for the big reveal. With reports that Donald Glover is going to make the much anticipated big move from FX to Amazon Prime, Hive as the latest show is in the works for the brand new deal and the streaming service is gearing up for this like anything.
With an official confirmation from Amazon still pending but in the light of credible reports, the speculation is reported to be true.
Hive is said to revolve around a character figure like Beyonce and is to be stemmed from writer Janine Nabers of the famous Watchmen, Away. With Malia being one of those appointed to work on the series, a writer’s room is in the works.
With the young adult in her final year of undergrad at the Harvard University, following her dashing parent’s footsteps, former American President, Barack Obama, and the truly amazing Michelle Obama. Malia has always shown an interest in Film and TV in Hollywood and her previous internships proclaim the same.
She had interned at The Weinstein Company back in 2017 and the set of HBO’s Girls back in 2015. With the writer’s room working remotely at the present, this is truly the best time for her to kick start her career balancing the future plans ahead as her graduation is nearing.
On the young adult
The oldest offspring of the Obamas set to make an aspiring career has truly gone out of her comfort zone of her parents into the tinsel town and is hopeful to make a mark there. Malia worked with Lena Dunham during her work experience on the show, and the actress just couldn’t talk about the young prodigy, describing her as an “angel” while talking to Howard Stern.
Joking they were not going to send the former president’s daughter to get coffee, she suggested Malia come in for a couple of days to the set of Girls while she was interning in HBO considering she truly loved the show.
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