Demi Lovato is leaving Hungry and not starring in the NBC Comedy Pilot

Just over a year after NBC’s comedy pilot Hungry got introduced, Demi Lovato has stepped down as the star of the potential series.

According to our sister site meeting, who broke the news, Lovato had to vacate the lead role due to a scheduling conflict. However, they remain on board as executive producers alongside Sean Hayes, Todd Milliner, Scooter Braun, Scott Manson and James Shin. Lovato’s role will reportedly be promptly recast to keep the pilot on schedule.

Written by Susanne Martin (Hot in Cleveland), Hungry follows a group of friends who belong to a food support group and help each other as they search for love, success and that perfect thing in the fridge that will make everything better. The cast also includes Hot in Cleveland Alum Valerie Bertinelli, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias (Mr. Iglesias), Ryan McPartlin (lining), Anna Akana (A million little things) and Ashley D Kelley (Insatiable).

The comedy was first accepted into a pilot by NBC in January 2021, followed by a formal pilot order in April, but was ultimately not selected to be on the series this year. The pilot has since been redeveloped as a multi-camera comedy instead of a single camera and remains in competition for the 2022-23 TV season. (Scroll through the attached gallery to catch up on all the channels’ potential new series.)

Do you find Hungry less appetizing without Lovato in the lead? Tell us below.

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Aila Slisco

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