T.I. and Kevin Hart are sure to have their share of funny stories from recording studios, and now they’re apparently working on a TV show.

According to Deadline, Kevin Hart and T.I. are currently developing The Studio, a workplace comedy, with Showtime.

The Studio will chronicle the day-to-day and night-to-night antics that happen in a music recording studio, the people who work in this very unorthodox office place and the conversations you have when your peak work hours are from midnight to 6 AM,” according to the report.

Aeysha Carr (Everybody Hates Chris, The Carmichael Show) will write the series. It will be executive produced by Hart, T.I., Carr, with Brian Sher and 3 Arts’ Dave Becky. Lionsgate TV is the studio since the company has a deal with Hart. Hart and T.I. are also expected to have cameo appearances on the show.

Hart and T.I. have previously worked together multiple times. Tip appeared in Hart’s movies “Get Hard” and “Ride Along 2.” They also collaborated on a song called “Baller Alert,” which Hart recorded under his alter ego Chocolate Droppa (as shown in the photo and video above) and appeared on the documentary Kevin Hart: What Now?