Selena Gomez is basing a new television series around her life, friends and "trusted inner circle."
It's safe to say if most of us had a show centered around our personal life, it'd consist of a character binge watching Netflix and occasionally calling people back.
However, most of us are not Selena Gomez.
The Revival singer is executive producing a new show alongside Kevin Spacey and her mother Mandy Teefey. The series is based on her life as a pop star for Lifetime's newly announced "Fempire," a roster of TV series and films made for and by women to premiere on the network during this and next year, reports Rolling Stone.
No premiere date or casting details have been announced yet, but we're hoping it emulates her public best friendship with Taylor Swift and shows their characters talking mad shit about Justin Bieber while sipping Starbucks frappuccinos inside a blacked-out Escalade.
Gomez also recently announced plans she and her mom will executive produce a series for Freeform, the network formerly known as ABC Family. The untitled series is described as a "Latina Empire" and is set in a poor Los Angeles neighborhood.