Jenji Kohan is trading in her prison jumpsuit for a wrestling leotard.

According to TVLine, the creator behind Netflix’s hit series “Orange Is the New Black” will make her mark in the ring for a new drama, inspired by the ’80s television series “G.L.O.W (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling).”

The upcoming series, which was given a 10-episode arc by Netflix, will be set in Los Angeles and feature voluminous hair, body slams and intense drama. The impending chaos of the reboot will center around “an out-of-work actress who finds one last attempt to live her dreams in the form of a weekly series about female wrestlers.”

And if the new series is anything like the original installment, which premiered in 1986, fans can expect a sea of vibrant color, wacky ensembles and major laughs from the forthcoming drama. “G.L.O.W,” which originally launched as a professional wrestling league for women before being turned into a televised series, featured scripted comedy sketches, songs and wrestling matches throughout its four-season run.

Liz Flahive, who produced “Homeland,” and Carly Mensch, who was a producer on “Nurse Jackie,” will act as executive producers on the show alongside Kohan and “OITNB” producer Tara Herrmann.

Netflix “G.L.O.W (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling)” “Orange Is the New Black” creator Jenji Kohan, pictured at the Time 100 Gala on April 26, 2016, in New York, is working on a new Netflix series “G.L.O.W (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling).” Photo: Getty Images