When is Sharon Horgan ever going to get some sleep? Deadline is reporting that Horgan’s popular BBC comedy series Pulling — which was her career breakthrough in the U.K. — will be getting an American remake at NBC. Described as a “contemporary re-conception of the beloved format,” the original women-fronted series followed the many romantic and career misadventures of three friends living in London over the course of two seasons and a special. (For a primer on the show, read up about it here.) Horgan, who co-created and co-wrote the series, will be executive-producing the NBC remake. Meanwhile, she’ll continue her role as a showrunner and lead with Rob Delaney for the critically acclaimed Catastrophe; write HBO’s Divorce (which she created); and develop an Olivia Colman–fronted fracking comedy for Fox. Take a vacation, Sharon!