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Dana Getz
April 20, 2016 AT 12:00 PM EDT

Selena Gomez will executive-produce an as-yet-untitled scripted drama for Lifetime, EW has confirmed.

The one-hour, single camera series will follow a group of girls navigating their coming of age story against the backdrop of Hollywood, with executive production assists from Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), Dana Brunetti (The Social Network), Mandy Teefey, Samantha Droke, and Troy Searer.

While Gomez is best known for her on-screen roles in Wizards of Waverly Place and Spring Breakers, the 23-year-old star has been boosting her credits behind the camera in recent years. Her work on upcoming Netflix mystery 13 Reasons Why marks her first major executive producer role, though she also served as an EP for Disney’s Wizard’s of Waverly Place TV movie in 2013.

Janet Jackson, Serena Williams, and Ronda Rousey also signed on for projects at Lifetime in support of the channel’s newly launched platform, The Fempire. Jackson will produce a 1920s mob story about female gangster Queenie; Williams will produce the dance competition-inspired Sister Dance; and Rousey closed a yet-to-be-detailed three-picture movie deal.

Also included on Lifetime’s 2016-2017 development slate, announced Wednesday, are supernatural drama Sea Change, Shakespearean anthology series A Midsummer’s Nightmare, and a U.S. network debut for hit Brit comedy Catastrophe.

No further details have been announced about Gomez’s project. Watch Catasrophe’s stars discuss season 2, currently available on Amazon, below.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this post stated that the show would be autobiographical.

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