ABC has given a pilot green light to Man of the House, a multi-camera hybrid family comedy produced by Scandal star Kerry Washington’s production company Simpson Street.

Written by Vijal Patel (Black-ish) and Frank Pines (Baby Daddy) inspired by Pines’ real life, the series revolves around two recently divorced sisters — one of them played by Hannigan — who decide to move in together to raise their kids under one roof. The oldest kid and only son is left to figure out what manhood means in a world where he’s now completely surrounded by females.

The series stars Alyson Hannigan who stars as Jessie, a caring social worker who was shocked when her husband left her. With nowhere else to turn, and against her better judgment, she moves her teenage football-star son and preteen daughter into the home of her narcissistic, ball-busting sister Charli and her even more wicked daughter.

In 2016, Washington signed an overall deal with ABC Studios for her newly launched production company Simpson Street (named after the street where Washington’s mom grew up in the Bronx).  Under the two-year agreement, Simpson Street will develop broadcast, cable and digital projects exclusively for ABC Studios and ABC Signature.  Simpson Street’s first movie was the HBO film Confirmation, in which Washington starred as attorney and academic Anita Hill, and she is currently developing feature films based on the books The City of Saints and Thieves with Will Packer and Universal; The Perfect Mother, which is set up at TriStar; and The Mothers at Warner Bros. The busy Scandal star is also  set to produce 24-7, a workplace comedy acquired by Universal, and will be serving as the executive producer of a new drama series titled Five Points for Facebook.