Tina Fey’s Little Stranger banner production banner has been staked to a two-year first-look deal with Universal Pictures. That’s where she most recently starred with Amy Poehler in Sisters, and where she recently set Do Nothing Bitches with Sisters scribe Paula Pell, with Fey to star alongside UFC champ Ronda Rousey. They are also developing at Universal You Bet!, which Girls writer Sarah Heyward will write as a star vehicle for Fey to play one of three women who, when struggling financially, learn to count cards in Atlantic City. It’s based on a Good Housekeeping article by Ruth Palmer. Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley announced the deal.

“With her trademark wit, unparalleled voice and business acumen, Tina has found success on nearly every platform—both in front of and behind the camera,” said Langley. “She is a comedic icon whose fearless commitment to her craft has made her one of the entertainment industry’s most in-demand talents. We could not be more fortunate now that we are able to call Universal her home.”

Eric Gurian will be exec veep of Little Stranger, continuing an association with Fey that has spanned 11 years, including Saturday Night Live and all seven seasons of her NBC sitcom creation 30 Rock. Gurian co-produced Sisters and is a co-executive producer on the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

“Universal has proven to be such a great home for comedy. I’m very excited to continue collaborating with, and learning from, Donna Langley, Peter Cramer and the entire production team,” said Fey, who’s repped by WME, 3 Arts and Ziffren Brittenham.