We don't know much about Hive — only that Glover will executive produce and that it will reportedly have a “Beyoncé-like” character at its center — the name of the show likely stems from the nickname for Bey's inner-fan-circle, the Beyhive. The idea of Malia writing for this show makes sense considering she grew up in her own spotlight. Glover, writer and star of FX’s Atlanta, reportedly opted out of his partnership with FX for a multiple-year deal with Amazon in which he’d have something akin to his own content channel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
While Malia is joining the writer's room at Amazon, her parents are busy at Netflix. In 2018, Barack and Michelle signed a multi-year agreement to produce all kinds of films and series for the streaming giant with their company Higher Ground Productions. They've since produced the Oscar-winning documentary American Factory and another film about Michelle's Becoming book tour (which include cameos of both Sasha and Malia). Fitness and health advocate Michelle also recently teased a very wholesome-looking kids cooking show called Waffles and Mochi.
Now all that's left is for Sasha Obama to get a job at HBO. No pressure.