Selena Gomez is coming back to TV. The actress got her start on Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place,” but she hasn’t regularly appeared on a TV show since it ended in 2012. That’ll change this summer.

Gomez is filming a new TV series while in quarantine, but it isn’t like anything she's done before. She’ll star in an unscripted cooking show for HBO Max, the streaming platform launching at the end of May.

All this time at home has forced the “Boyfriend” singer to get more familiar with cooking. In the 10-episode series, she’ll video chat with a “master chef” to help her learn how to make tasty meals. “Together, they'll tackle cuisines of every variety, share invaluable tips and tricks, and deal with everything from smoking ovens to missing ingredients,” a press release from WarnerMedia promises.

The cooking show, which is still untitled, will also highlight food-related organizations who are helping during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I’ve always been very vocal about my love of food,” Gomez said in a statement. “I think I’ve been asked hundreds of times in interviews if I had another career, what would I do and I’ve answered that it would be fun to be a chef. I definitely don’t have the formal training though! Like many of us while being home I find myself cooking more and experimenting in the kitchen.”

Gomez has shared with her fans that she has been trying to keep busy in quarantine. On her Instagram, she shared that she made a makeshift recording studio. She also gave fans recommendations for music, movies, books and other forms of entertainment along with a photo showing her cooking a large meal during social distancing.

The HBO Max series will add another credit to her production resume as well. Gomez will be an executive producer on the show. She previously executive produced “13 Reasons Why” and “Living Undocumented.”

HBO Max will launch May 27. The untitled Selena Gomez cooking show will air this summer.

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Selena Gomez attends the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 24, 2019, in Los Angeles. Taylor Hill/FilmMagic