Aaron Carter got back to acting and was part of a sitcom before his unexpected death.

In October, the late singer and rapper finished filming the pilot episode of "Group," an independent sitcom about mental health recovery. The filmmakers said they received permission from Carter's management to complete the project, which will be sold to streaming networks once post-production is completed.

"Group" will be dedicated to the memory of the "I Want Candy" singer who was found dead at his home in Lancaster, California, on Saturday.

"Group" writer and director Brian Farmer told Deadline that he was "heartbroken" when he heard the "shocking news" of Carter's death. He described the actor as "a kind soul and a pleasure to work with."

"Aaron was so excited about the show and helping raise awareness for mental health, a topic he was very passionate about. He said being a part of the show gave him something positive to work toward, and I'll forever cherish that," Farmer added.

In the sitcom, Carter plays a fictionalized version of himself participating in group therapy as he deals with life's struggles.

Samm Levine, Olive Chiacchia, Ari Stidham, Ashley Brinkman, Kevin Clayette, Abdoulaye NGom, Anne Judson-Yager and Mike Starr are also starring in the sitcom.

On Monday, Chiacchia, who plays Carter's love interest in the sitcom, shared a set of photos showing the cast enjoying some light moments with the "I'm All About You" singer.

"Aaron, this isn't how or why I wanted to post these photos. I was waiting until the release of the pilot. I had the pleasure of playing your love interest in Group, and you were truly the most loving, professional, kind and talented performer I've worked with. I wish the world saw you the way I do, and saw your side of the story," she wrote.

"Everyone knew your struggles, so I share this story in hopes that you will be remembered for your heart and your light. My heart goes out to your family, loved ones, Melanie, and your son. Until I see you on the other side, my friend bananerman. Rest In Peace," Chiacchia added.

Aside from recording songs, Carter had also dabbled in acting and appeared in a number of TV shows such as "Lizzie McGuire" and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch."

The exact cause of death of the singer is yet to be revealed. But investigators found multiple aerosol cans and prescription pills in the singer's home.

Aaron Carter performs at the Gramercy Theatre on January 19, 2012 in New York City