Ariel Winter To Replace Demi Lovato in ‘Hungry’
Ariel Winter of ‘Modern Family’ stepped into the cast of ‘Hungry’ after ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer Demi Lovato cancelled starring due to busy schedule. NBC’s multi-camera comedy series revolving around a group of friend will start it’s production with new cast. As per schedule, the series will probably launch within 2022-2023. At first, it was ordered in January to be Single Camera roll. However, later, it postponed to April 2021 to produce the series in multi-camera comedy.
Deep into the Storyline
Blockbuster comedy series Friends’ director James Burrows will show his magic once again in the small screen yet again with a bunch of friends. The plotline focuses on a group of good friends who live as well as support each other. Moreover, they belong to a food-issues group, so, they find many things that bind them together. Therefore, they help each other at every point to improve each other’s lives. In the journey of discovering love and success, they find a perfect company to share with. According to them, ‘the perfect thing in the fridge’ gives a fulfilled and happy end to a day.
Incredible Cast and Crew
Several acclaimed actors like ‘Mr Iglesias’ and ‘The Fluffy Movie’ credited Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias , Valerie Bertinelli of ‘Valerie’s Home Cooking’, ‘The Flight Before Christmas’ alum Ryan McPartlin’, Alex Brightman of ‘Dead End’, Ashley D. Kelley, ‘A Million Little Things’ alum Anna Akana and others will round off the cast. ‘The Soul Man’s Suzanne Martin penned down the screenplay side by side with executive production. Meanwhile, the comedy drama will roll under Hazy Mills of Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner, Universal Television and SB Projects.
Besides, ‘Will & Grace’ famed James Burrows will serve as the director of ‘Hunger’. Moreover, Scooter Braun, Milliner, Braun, Scott Manson, Hayes and James Shin will carry on the executive production section. Furthermore, though Demi Lovato stepped down from her starring duties due to scheduling conflicts, but she will still serve as the exec producer. Ariel Winter of ‘A Modern Farewell’ will log in the cast as protagonist of the much-awaited sitcom.