It looks like Jennifer Lopez is going from being on television to producing it. The Puerto Rican diva is developing a television series about a lesbian couple and their children for ABC family, reports Deadline.
Lopez – a triple threat whose acting, singing and dancing has propelled her to unparalleled success – will act as an executive producer of the new hour-long drama alongside Nuyorican Productions partner Simon Fields. If ABC Family approves the untitled project to series, the single mommy of two may make guest appearances on the show as well.
The series will feature the misadventures of a lesbian couple – a police officer and a school teacher – with one biological child and a pair of adopted twins, who in the series pilot, make room in their crowded home for a rebellious teenaged girl.
Lopez is currently on tour in South America, and will kick off her North American tour with Enrique Iglesias in Montreal on July 14.
Despite reports swirling around her rumored departure from Fox’s “American Idol”, J.Lo is keeping busy with television projects. This fall, Lopez will bring “Amigas, Inc.” to MTV Tr3s, an aspirational series about four Miami teenagers who create a party-planning business and throw their very own, perfect quinceañera.