ABC Family is working on a new series concept, which Jennifer Lopez co-produced. The family drama is about a lesbian couple, whose lives are turned upside down when a teenage girl enters their life.
Actress, singer and "American Idol" juror Jennifer Lopez is testing out the waters of scripted series. According to a report from Deadline Hollywood, according to the diva developed on behalf of ABC Family a new family series about a gay couple and their children already overloaded budget. This is thrown into turmoil by the arrival of a duly headstrong other teens.
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One parent is a cop, the other teacher at a private school. They have one biological son and adopted twins - a boy, a girl - in her teens. Should ABC Family ordered the series, Jennifer Lopez has already pledged to complete a guest appearance in it.
Peter Paige ("Undressed," "Queer as Folk") and Brad Bredeweg ("Alyx", "Fly Girls") are the brains behind the series and wrote the screenplay for a possible pilot episode. Both are next to Jennifer Lopez, Simon Fields ("Serendipity," "Shall We Dance?") And Greg Gugliotta ("The Cheaters", "impact") also served as executive producers. Mina Lefevre in charge of the series for ABC Family.
From 16 August by the way Jennifer Lopez is seen again in the German cinemas. She plays film comedy "What if it happened," a starring role alongside Cameron Diaz, Elizabeth Banks, Chace Crawford, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, Matthew Morrison, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock and Rodrigo Santoro.