Fresh of her first Emmy win, comedian Kathy Griffin apparently has nothing to complain about as Bravo is set to begin production on Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List's fourth season.

"Life is good," Griffin told Access Hollywood last week at the GQ Man of the Year awards ceremony.  "We are actually starting season four. We are going to actually start taping on New Years Eve and then it will be back in June and hopefully people will like it."

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List won Outstanding Reality Program honors during the 2007 Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony in September.  She told Jesus to "suck it" during her acceptance speech, sparking outrage from Catholic League president Bill Donohue and causing E! to censor her remarks when it later aired an edited broadcast of the pre-taped ceremony.

Needless to say, the quick-witted comedian told Access Hollywood the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike won't affect My Life on the D-List's production schedule.

"As if my show could ever afford writers to begin with. What writers?" she joked to Access Hollywood.  "It's somebody with a camcorder following me into the bathroom. That's what my TV show is."

While Griffin may not use writers for her Bravo reality series, she did sympathize with their standpoint.

"I think the view people need to realize, too... it's really not the writers being whiney," she told Access Hollywood.  "It's really these corporations are making so much money from all this Web content and we all see those pop up commercials. So somebody is getting that money, and it is not the writers at this point."