The actress, who has been married to Brian O'Driscoll for three years, is making her return to tv screens with a guest appearance on Sky One's Moone Boy.
And she's also preparing for the premiere of Irish film The Stag, billed as our version of the Hangover.
She teamed up with close pal Chris O'Dowd for a role on his award-winning series about a boy growing up in 1980s Roscommon and his imaginary friend Sean Murphy, played by O'Dowd.
Huberman plays his primary school teacher, and by the looks of things, she becomes Martin's first crush.
In the newly released trailer for the highly anticipated second series, the camera closes in on Huberman embracing a boho style and pouting for the camera.
It marks her biggest role on tv since Threesome on Comedy Central was cancelled last year.
Meanwhile, The Stag's film poster has just been unveiled with he IFTA winner taking centre stage as expected.
She plays bride-to-be Ruth in the film, which follows her future husband on his outrageous stag night.
While her acting career continues to thrive, she revealed she'd like to give daughter Sadie a little brother or sister.
"I would think about having more kids, but not for a while," she told the Irish Independent.
"I'm looking forward to getting back to work. Now she's older, I'm sleeping a bit more - which is great.
"She is a very chilled-out baby. She's a little giggler and great fun. In the last couple of months she's gone from a blob to a person," Amy laughed.