Two Black producer/actresses announced TV production deals Monday, a day after #blackexcellence was displayed at the Golden Globes Sunday. Regina King and Lena Waithe both signed deals with ABC Studios and Showtime, respectively. King, the Emmy-winning actress of American Crime, has a two-year deal with ABC for her production company Royal Ties, which will develop and produce new projects. Subscribe to our daily newsletter for the latest in hair, beauty, style and celebrity news. King has recently been producing as well as directing episodic television shows like Scandal and Greenleaf, Deadline reports. Waithe, on the other hand, has created a new show titled The Chi that was picked up by Showtime. And some big names––like Common and Dope writer/director Rick Famuyiwa––have been attached to the project. Straight Outta Compton star Jason Mitchell will be part of the coming-of-age series that follows half a dozen characters navigating the South Side of Chicago, where growing up can be a matter of life and death. “I was born and raised in Chicago, and my city is really under duress at this moment. It has become a war zone,” Chicago-native Waithe told about the show last year. She is a regular on Netflix’s Master of None. “It was not that violent when I grew up there. It was never a peaceful place, mind you, but it was not this bad. And my family still lives there. It’s something I think about often—those headlines aren’t just background noise to me. And I thought, I want to write about this…It’s a mixture of Fruitvale Station and Crash.” Congrats, ladies. We’ll be watching.