Dust off the old lime green boom box and get ready to relive Mandy Moore's days as a teen pop sensation. The Emmy-nominated actress is teaming up with This Is Us co-showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger to develop a series based on Moore's life in the late 1990s, per The Hollywood Reporter.
The drama, currently titled 90's Popstar (Mandy, fix the apostrophe!), will follow a family from small-town Florida who "must adapt to their extraordinary new reality when their teenage daughter goes from aspiring singer to pop superstar practically overnight." The show has landed at ABC with a put-pilot commitment.
The pilot will be written by former The Bold Type showrunner Amanda Lasher, who will also executive produce with Moore, Aptaker, Berger, Adam Londy, Regina Lee, and Marc Webb. Webb will direct the potential pilot.
Moore, who grew up in Orlando, made her mark in the late-'90s pop scene at age 15 with the 1999 release of her debut single, "Candy." In September, the This Is Us star released her first single in 10 years, "When I Wasn't Watching."