The singer will, consistent with People, star in Hungry, a replacement comedy produced by NBC. The series, written by Hot in Cleveland creator Suzanne Martin, will specialize in a gaggle of friends who all have food addiction issues.
For an instant, Hungry is merely at the pilot stage, which suggests that the American channel can still decide to not sign the project for a whole season. However, the network will need to pay a penalty if the series never airs, consistent with The Hollywood Reporter.
Demi Lovato herself has never hidden her problems with food, especially her bulimia. Last year, in an interview with the podcast hosted by model Ashley Graham, she said these same problems probably contributed to the overdose that almost cost her her life within the summer of 2018.
When you’ve got people around you telling you certain things that you simply need to check out during a certain way, it makes it harder. I just sank in and that I honestly think that is what led to everything that happened last year. I assumed I recovered once I didn’t. I lived on lies and tried to inform the planet that I used to be happy once I wasn’t really, she explained.
Projects outside of the music world imitate Demi Lovato, who also announced that her documentary series Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil, produced for YouTube, will premiere at the South by Southwest festival in March. The girl also will be a producer of Hungry, alongside her manager Scooter Braun.