The three-time Emmy-winning Orange Is the New Black and Mrs. America alum, who is currently starring in HBO's In Treatment reboot, is set to star in Robert and Michelle King's Low Country after signing a multi-year overall deal with CBS Studios. The series is part of Aduba's overall deal, but she will also develop other projects for the studio. In Low Country, which will be shopped to streaming and premium cable networks, Aduba will play Shirley Johnson, "the least likely deputy sheriff in South Carolina’s low country," per Deadline. "Black and openly gay in a white southern stronghold, Shirley has been underestimated her whole life until now, when she takes on the wealthy white crime family that has kept everyone in the grip of fear." The Kings will serve as executive producers, while Dewayne Jones, who's worked on two of their shows, will serve as the writer. After winning two Emmys starring in Orange Is the New Black, Aduba won her third Emmy last fall playing Shirley Chisholm in Mrs. America.