Demi Lovato to star in eating trouble comedy for NBC

This story originally ran on Monday, January 25 at 5:21 pm PST.

On Tuesday, NBC officially ordered the Demi Lovato comedy, Hungry, to pilot.

The original story below:

Demi Lovato has her next project ready.

The singer-actress will star Hungry, a scripted food-themed comedy project currently in development at NBC that she will also executive produce, ET confirmed. Lovato shared the news with her fans on her Instagram stories shortly after the news broke on Monday.

Hungry Follow a group of friends who belong to a group of eating problems as they help each other with love, success and the perfect thing in the refrigerator that will make everything better.

Joining Lovato on the single-camera comedy production team are Suzanne Martin (Will & Grace, hot in Cleveland), Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner, as well as Scooter Braun, James Shin, and Scott Manson.

Most recently, Lovato appeared as a guest star in multiple episodes in the latest season of Will and grace as Jenny, the possible replacement for Will. He has also been a guest star on Joy, and blew up at Disney with Sunny with probability of and the To camp rock Television films with the Jonas Brothers.

Below, Lovato appears in the four-part YouTube documentary series, Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, which will premiere on SXSW and will be officially released on March 23 on its YouTube channel. It documents Lovato’s life for the past three years, including her near-fatal overdose in 2018.

It is the first time that he will go into detail about his overdose and his personal and musical comeback. The docuseries will also include footage from their Tell Me You Love Me 2018 world tour, which was happening at the time.

According to YouTube, the series will offer “an honest look at some of the most difficult moments in Lovato’s life as she uncovers her previous traumas and discovers the importance of her physical, emotional and mental health.”

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