Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez will produce “A Step Away” for NBC. Pictured: Lopez performs onstage during “One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert For Disaster Relief” at the Universal Studios Lot on Oct. 14, 2017 in Los Angeles. Handout/Getty Images

There’s no stopping Jennifer Lopez! The actress recently started filming for her upcoming movie, “Second Act,” and she’s now partnering with NBC again for an upcoming dance troupe comedy.

According to Deadline, the new series will center on a group of misfits who will find purpose when they join a dance troupe. Lopez will executive producer “A Step Away” alongside “Young & Hungry” creator, David Holden, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas’ Nuyorican Productions and Universal Televisions. Holden will also write the script for the series.

As of late, it is still unclear when “A Step Away” will premiere on NBC.

At present, Lopez is tied to NBC in two other projects, namely, “Shades of Blue” and “World of Dance.” “Shades of Blue” is being executive produced by the actress, and she also serves as its lead actor. The series is set to premiere its third season sometime next year.

“World of Dance,” on the other hand, premiered last summer and became a huge success. Lopez serves as executive producer and judge on the show. “World of Dance” has been picked up by NBC for a second season.

Meanwhile, Lopez is also working with CBS as a producer of the new legal drama, “Rosarito Beach.” The dramedy will center on two female attorneys. One of them will open a law firm in San Diego to deal with different types of immigration cases at the border of the United States and Mexico.

According to People, Lopez had her start at producing when she decided to team up with Freeform – formerly known as ABC Family – in the hit series, “The Fosters.” While speaking with Variety, Lopez explained why she decided to attach herself to the series that centers on a lesbian couple who adopted majority of their children.

“I can speak to a producer’s responsibility, which is to create a compelling story with interesting and diverse characters. It’s important to make sure the characters are a true reflection of our society. This includes diversity across race and gender – which we’re finally seeing a shift toward in television and film,” she said.