Amy Poehler is developing a gay romantic comedy for ABC.

The sitcom, titled Family Style, features two mismatched gay men from different cultures who fall in love with each other while working at a family-run restaurant in Miami, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Poehler is best known for playing Leslie Knope for seven seasons on the NBC hit sitcom Parks and Recreation and co-anchoring Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update with colleague Tina Fey for four seasons.

Family Style is inspired by the life of Scott King, showrunner for the Hulu comedy Difficult People, which stars Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner.

King and Claudia Lonow (Crowded, Friends with Benefits) will co-write the script.

Poehler, King and Lonow will co-executive produce the new series.

Poehler's Paper Kite production company has sold three comedies this season, two to ABC.