Fans of the original Disney Channel series “Lizzie McGuire” may have to wait a little bit longer for the sequel series to come out as it’s been reported that the show is now on "hiatus." Apparently, problems related to creative differences sprung up, which led to showrunner Terri Minsky departing the production.

Variety reports that its creators are heading back to the drawing board to revamp the Disney+ show. The series was two episodes into production when Disney realized the show needed to move in a different direction. Minsky then left the project and a new showrunner has yet to be announced. Lead actress Hilary Duff and Rachel Winter are believed to still on board as executive producers.

“...we concluded that we need to move in a different creative direction and are putting a new lens on the show,” a Disney+ spokesperson said in a statement.

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Hilary Duff attends the “Younger” Season 5 premiere party at Cecconi’s Dumbo in Brooklyn, New York, on June 4, 2018. Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy

The sequel series will follow Lizzie McGuire (with Duff reprising her role) as she is quickly approaching 30 and has to navigate adulthood, for better and for worse. She works in New York City as an apprentice to an interior designer which Duff described as Lizzie’s “dream job.”

It’s unknown how much of this story will change following Disney's new "direction" on the series. Luckily, the Disney + show has time to find its footing as Duff recently got married and is currently on her honeymoon out of the country.