Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has already created an empire and her 2014 book, #GirlBoss, took her brand and reputation to new heights. Now, Netflix is about to catapult her into the stratosphere. According to Variety, the online streaming service is turning Amoruso’s popular autobiography into a comedy series.

Katy Cannon, writer of the Pitch Perfect franchise, will serve as show-runner. She will also executive produce the series, along with Charlize Theron, Beth Kono, Laverne McKinnon and Amoruso, herself.

Inspired by the best-selling #GirlBoss book, the series will follow the 32-year-old’s rags-to-riches story, from selling stolen books on eBay to creating the multi-million dollar brand that is Nasty Gal. We can appreciate a good girl power story, so this series definitely seems like something worth checking out.

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Haven’t read #GirlBoss yet? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. Here’s a quick timeline on Amoruso’s journey. Consider it your Cliff Notes.



From an early age, Amoruso was intrigued by business, reading books about start-ups and dreaming of creating something on her own. Her father's advice, “Show up. Don’t stop moving. Sweep the floor even when they don’t ask you to,” taught her to work hard and stay humble.



Amoruso moved to San Francisco after a shoplifting incident. When she developed a hernia and needed health insurance, she took a job as a security guard checking IDs at an art school.



To make some extra cash, she decided to open an eBay store re-selling vintage clothing after reading a book called Starting an eBay Business for Dummies.



Amoruso was off eBay and on to her own site. Nasty Gal was born



Realizing the power of social media, Amoruso began focusing on marketing her brand on social media, which successfully worked for her. By 2012, Nasty Gal had more than 66,000 Twitter followers, over 522,000 Facebook fans, and 405,000 Instagram followers.



By now, Amoruso managed over 300 employees in a 50,000-square-foot L.A. office. She'd spoken at SXSW, been profiled in Forbes and made Inc.'s 2013 "30 Under 30" list. 



Amoruso shares her story in her first memoir, #GirlBoss



On the heels of a major layoff series at Nasty Gal (19 people were let go as part of what the company called a "strategic restructuring," WWD reported), news of a #GirlBoss Netflix series made headlines. We wonder if the new show will shed any light on what's going on at the company as of late.