Jennifer Lopez is one busy gal. She's a judge on "American Idol," she's got a new show with Marc Anthony called "Q'Viva! The Chosen" and a new boyfriend. Well, clearly that isn't enough for JLo. She's just announced a brand new scripted series with MTV.
According to THR, Lopez will be producing a new series for Musica y Mas, the cable network targeting young Hispanics, formerly known as MTV Tres. The eight episode series called "Amigas, Inc." chronicles the lives of four entrepreneurial Miami teens who start a party-planning business to throw their perfect 15th birthday parties, otherwise known as Quinceneras. The show is based on a book written by Jane Startz and was inspired by JLo.
"I'm so excited to bring the Amigas series to television and to share the rich cultural experiences of being a Latino that are universal to us all," said Lopez said of the series, which she will produce. "I hope that this series will entertain audiences and inspire my fans to pursue their own dreams.""Amigas, Inc." will premiere in the fall.