The Atlanta star's rich overall deal, worth eight figures, "is believed to include a content channel of sorts that will spotlight Glover's work and other curated content on Amazon's Prime Video hub," reports The Hollywood Reporter's Lesley Goldberg. "Additionally, Stephen Glover — who wrote and produced on Atlanta alongside his brother — has also signed an overall deal with Amazon." The news comes five days after Glover announced that he and Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge would co-create and star in Amazon's TV adaptation of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. One of Glover's Amazon projects already in the works is Hive, "which is rumored to revolve around a Beyonce-like figure and stem from writer Janine Nabers," Goldberg reports. She adds that Malia Obama, the 22-year-old eldest daughter of former first couple Barack and Michelle Obama, is "among those recruited to work on the series." Glover's Amazon deal isn't expected to impact his work on FX's Atlanta.