• The show will be produced by CBS Television Studios
  • Sarah Cooper has more than 577,600 followers on TikTok
  • She will also be starring in her own comedy special on Netflix

TikTok star Sarah Cooper, who gained popularity impersonating President Donald Trump, will soon be developing a TV show on CBS based on her book "How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings."

Cindy Chupack, a writer for "Sex in the City," will co-write the show and will also be the executive producer along with Nina Tassler, Denise Di Novi and Joan Boorstein. The show will be produced by CBS Television Studios.

In a statement to Forbes, CBS said the show features "three women at different stages in their careers at a male-dominated company help each other navigate modern gender politics in their careers and in their personal lives."

Cooper told Variety that as soon as she was approached, she contacted Chupack and they "immediately connected to this idea of sharing the experiences of women in their careers and personal lives in a way that stays true to what people love about the book but brings them to life through characters people will identify with."

"Cindy totally got the sensibility and the satire but she also has the experience of telling compelling stories. I am thrilled to be working with her on this," Cooper said.

Chupack also spoke to Variety about the show and said she was "thrilled" to be collaborating with Cooper.

"Sarah is a perfect example of preparation meets opportunity. Her Trump lip-synchs fed a laugh-starved nation, but even before she was a household name, she wrote books that showcased her keen eye for the absurd. I'm thrilled to be collaborating with her to adapt 'How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings' into a fresh, funny, subversive comedy about modern sexual politics," she told the outlet.

Cooper, who has more than 577,600 followers on TikTok, will also be starring in her own comedy special on Netflix. The show will be titled "Sarah Cooper: Everything’s Fine."

The show will be a "full of vignettes dealing with issues of politics, race, gender, class, and other light subjects. Sarah will be joined by a fantastic array of special guests who will participate in short interviews, sketches and more shenanigans," Netflix said in a statement earlier this month.

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Comedian Sarah Cooper's page is displayed on the TikTok app on an iPhone on Aug. 7, 2020. Drew Angerer/Getty Images