Executive Producer Jimmy Kimmel and ITV America have created a series set in a Los Angeles marijuana dispensary. Titled High Hopes, it will consist of six episodes to debut on April 20, 2024, and features a TV-MA rating for mature audiences.

The description for the series states: “High Hopes is a workplace reality series following Belarus-born brothers Slava and Mishka and their stoned crew through the trials and tribulations of taking their cannabis business to new heights. As one of the oldest cannabis dispensaries in Hollywood, MMD attracts a wild mix of weed-loving customers and is a home away from home for their OG employees who work hard and smoke harder! This season builds to their biggest day of the year—4.20—as the gang attempts to expand nationwide and release their own top-shelf cannabis brand. Will they find what they’re looking for, or will their hopes go up in smoke?”

High Hopes comes from several high-ranking producers, including executive producer and showrunner Ben Steinbauer, Kimmel, and Scott Lonker as executive producers via Kimmelot, and ITV America’s Tim Cohen-Laurie as executive producer with Karl Hollandt. Jennifer Stander is also a co-executive producer on the project.

The marijuana dispensary series is the latest to be produced by the Kimmelot team. Past productions include Live in Front of a Studio Audience, the ABC series Prank Panel, Discovery’s Mark Rober’s Revengineers, and the reboot of Crank Yankers for Comedy Central.

ITV America’s current run of shows also includes Queer Eye on Netflix, Love Island for Peacock, Hell’s Kitchen on Fox, and The Real Housewives of New Jersey on Bravo.

High Hopes comes in the aftermath of California becoming the first state to allow the use of marijuana medically and recreationally. Other states in the U.S. have also legalized marijuana recreationally and medically, with only four states–such as Idaho, Wyoming, Kansas, and South Carolina–considering the use of weed illegal.

Kimmel’s other recent projects include the production of an untitled KROQ Documentary, appearances on the No News is News podcast series, Chrissy & Dave Dine Out TV series, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Kimmel was also the host of the recent Academy Awards.

Those intrigued by Kimmel’s upcoming High Hopes project may be interested in other cannabis movies and shows to stream. Amazon Prime is currently streaming Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, a classic stoner comedy; Dazed and Confused, Richard Linklater’s ‘90s stoner dramedy; and The Marijuana Show, which is a reality television series that is equivalent to Shark Tank for the legal cannabis industry.  Netflix also features the show Disjointed, a comedic tale that follows a new-age dispensary helmed by cannabis legend Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Kathy Bates) and her team of employees, as well as Cooked with Cannabis, a cooking show that follows three chefs concocting three-course cannabis-infused meals for the chance to win $10,000. Finally, there is the first mainstream series exclusively about cannabis–the iconic Weeds, which stars Mary-Louise Parker as a suburban mom who turns to selling cannabis to maintain her lifestyle after her husband’s death. Now is the perfect time to watch since Starz is currently working on a follow-up series that takes place 10 years after the events of the original.