4FourTwo magazine is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
The magazine is published by four-time Emmys winner, and the first woman to be nominated for an Emmy for Best Drama Series, Jane Espenson.
The website was launched in 2002.
It currently has more than 1.2 million unique visitors a month.
Its first story, “The Next Gen,” follows the story of two young men as they explore the future of their society and race.
“The Next generation is a series of stories that explores our world in the years to come,” Emmys executive producer and showrunner Michael Schur said in a statement.
“It’s not a show that will be in your living room every week, it’s a series that will take you to the next level.
Our goal with the series is to tell the next story.”
The series will be written and directed by Jane Esperson, who previously wrote the pilot of ABC’s hit drama “The Good Wife” and is working on the next season of the Emmy-nominated series “Scandal.”
The show will air on ABC, NBC and Fox.