Why Quinta Brunson Wants to Make a Show Like “Bluey”: 'My Dream'

Earlier this week, Brunson also revealed that another one of her career aspirations included ghostwriting a Hallmark Christmas movie

<p>Taylor Hill/WireImage; Disney</p> From left: Quinta Brunson and Bluey

Taylor Hill/WireImage; Disney

From left: Quinta Brunson and Bluey

Quinta Brunson is revealing an unexpected passion project she hopes to make one day.

During The Hollywood Reporter's comedy actress roundtable, the Abbott Elementary creator, 34, revealed a project she would love to undertake if she were ever given the opportunity.

"Okay, this is going to sound dumb, but I know about Bluey because of my nieces and nephews," she explained. "My dream is to make a Bluey, something so silly and unrelated to me, and I get to hide in the shadows."

<p>Disney Junior/Youtube</p> The animated cast of 'Bluey'

Disney Junior/Youtube

The animated cast of 'Bluey'

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Bluey, the award-winning animated show, follows a family of Australian Heeler dogs — including Bluey, her younger sister Bingo and her parents Bandit and Chilli — through their day-to-day life, playful escapades and tender moments.

This isn't the first time Brunson has dished on future projects she'd like to helm.

While appearing on The Drew Barrymore Show on May 22, the actress shared her love for Hallmark Channel's holiday movies when asked about her career goals.

<p>Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty Images</p> Quinta Brunson

Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty Images

Quinta Brunson

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"My career dream? I really want to ghostwrite a Hallmark movie, you know the Christmas movies?" she said, to which host Drew Barrymore replied, "Of course I do."

Brunson continued, "My TV doesn't leave that channel during Christmastime. Neither me or my husband celebrate Christmas but I love them so much and I really want to ghostwrite one. I think I'd be good at it."

"I hope they let me, but it's going to be under a fake pen name. It won't be me so you guys don't know," she added. "Because I don't want you be biased, I want you to just enjoy the movie — or not enjoy it — the same way you do the other ones."

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Upon hearing of Brunson's public plea, the Hallmark Channel exclusively told PEOPLE that they would be more happy to make her dreams a reality.

"We’re all in!" said Samantha DiPippo, SVP of programming at Hallmark Media. "Let’s make some Christmas movie magic together, Quinta!”

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