More than a decade since she got her first big break working hard at Disney Channel Bank twin mini, musician Demi Lovato returns to television. In particular, the Grammy-nominated artist has, on Diversity, placed a pilot order for a new comedy on NBC, titled Hungry. By login, the series is for friends in a food problem group who “seek love, success, and the perfect thing in the fridge that will make everything better. “
The proposed series, which previously received a pilot engagement from the network, comes with strong Will and Grace DNA pumping through his television nuclei. Sean Hayes, who has made a strong foray into television production over the past few years, will be the executive producer, while Susan Martin, who writes about the show’s revival season, is Hungry‘s pilot writer and producer. Meanwhile, Lovato herself had a recurring guest star in Will and Grace revival, playing Will’s replacement in several episodes of his 11th season.
Hungry is described as a comedy with one camera; there is still no word on who else will show up to accompany Lovato back to its old television occupants.