Australian comic Chris Lilley returns next week in the HBO comedy series Ja'mie: Private School Girl.

Lilley introduced Ja'mie, the ultimate mean girl, in the Australia series We Can Be Heroes and Summer Heights High.

Ja'mie: Private School Girl follows Ja'mie in her final year of school, having left Summer Heights High and returned to Hillford Girls Grammar School.

“It's her last three months of school, she's the school captain, she's on top of the world and bossier than ever. It's sort of put together like a reality show, like she is Kim Kardashian or something,” Lilley told Metro. “She's got her own show this time, and it's all about her school life and family life. And so it sets up in the first episode that it's about her downfall. It's narrated by Ja'mie and it's all teenage drama and friends issues and boy issues and all of the sort of things that happen in the last few months of school.”

Part of the joke is that Lilley doesn't do much to disguise the fact that he's a 39-year-old man in a wig playing a spoiled teenager. In that regard, Ja'mie is reminiscent of Drew Droege's impersonation of Chloe Sevigny.

(Related: Chloe Sevigny “flattered” by Drew Droege spoof.)

“My name's Ja'mie. I like to say I'm Ja'mazzing,” Ja'mie King says in a trailer for the upcoming show as a group of female classmates cheer her on. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Ja'mie: Private School Girl premieres Sunday on HBO