Selena Gomez first hit our screens as the teenage Alex Russo on Disney series Wizards of Waverly Place, and while she's gone on to release best-selling albums, appear in multiple Hollywood blockbusters and even started her own beauty brand, Rare Beauty, the actress is returning to where it all began: the small screen.
Gomez has signed on to Hulu comedy series Only Murders in the Building with Steve Martin and Martin Short, both as an actress and to executive produce the project.
According to Deadline, the series "follows three strangers [Martin, Short and Gomez] who share an obsession with true crime and suddenly find themselves wrapped up in one."
RELATED: Selena Gomez’s ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Is A Must-Watch For Any ‘Sex And The City’ Fan
Hulu’s head of originals, Craig Erwich, spoke to the outlet about the upcoming series. "I heard the pitch, and it was the best hour I had all week," he said. "It’s really special, surprisingly emotional. It’s really modern and self-referential about podcasts and murders, it’s got some great surprises. When they pull this off, it’s going to be really special."
The new venture is unsurprising for Gomez, who has previously spoken out about her love of true-crime, even attending CrimeCon in February to help crack an unsolved mystery.
Only Murders in the Building is also not the only TV series the actress is working on, appearing in a new cooking show Selena and Chef, which airs on HBO Max on August 13.
Gomez is also no stranger to producing major productions. As well as being one of the executive producers behind Netflix's 13 Reasons Why, Gomez recently produced The Broken Hearts Gallery, a drama likened to Sex And The City, Girls and The Bold Type meshed together.
It follows the life of Lucy, who is a "20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder." The film chronicles Lucy's life after her latest boyfriend breaks up with her, which inspires her to create her own gallery: The Broken Hearts Gallery.
The charming film stars Geraldine Viswanathan as Lucy, from Bad Education, and Australian Dacre Montgomery who you may recognise from Stranger Things, playing her love interest Nick.
Check out the trailer below: