As reported, the singer-actress Selena Gomez will star in comedy series “Only Murders In The Building” with two other stars, Steve Martin and Martin Short.

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The trio not only star in but also executive produces the TV series airing on Hulu – a US streaming service.

Selena, Steve and Martin will become three different strangers sharing one thing in common, their obsession with true crime and then ending up finding there’s one got themself involved in a case.

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This could an wonderful chance for Selena Gomez as the young artist could star next to two professional stars and Steve and Martin.

Being an actress with her young career on Disney Channel, she is sure familiar with acting. Started with the lead role as Alex Russo in Disney series Wizards of Waverly Place, she has step by step gained experience and improved her skills in other big-screen projects such as Spring Breakers, The Big Short and Fundamentals of Caring.

The “Same Old Love” singer also served as executive producer for 13 Reasons Why as well as new film The Broken Hearts Gallery.

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Only Murders In The Building was first announced to set in January at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. The series is reported to be a fictional comedy rather than based on any real-life case.

Hulu’s head of programming, Craig Erwich, recently shared: “I heard the pitch on Wednesday, and it was the best hour I had all week. ‘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.”

More to see of Selena, her cookery Selena + Chef will also premiere on August 13 on HBO Max, in which Sel will be taught to cook by famous chefs all around the world.

However, their lessons will be taught remotely and the food will be tested by her friends and grandparents at her home instead directly as planned due to the coronavirus pandemic.