The Chainsmokers are taking a new show to Freeform.

In association with their company, Kick the Habit productions, the duo, along with Joy Gregory, who also wrote the project, will be executive producers on the series, according to Variety. The series, coined “Demo,” will focus on a young female musician in her early 20s.

Fed up from living with her working-class family, in addition to going nowhere in a rather deadbeat indie-rock band, she decides to move to Los Angeles, where she intends on writing pop songs. Of course, things aren’t as star-glazed and easy-going as one might imagine after picking up all the pieces and moving to a whole new place. The story unfolds even more as she delves deeper into a backstory she ultimately wants to forget but finds that the truest songs are the ones about the things she wants to hide from the world.

The Chainsmokers, Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, first came together in 2012, and their Kick the Habit productions was formed in 2018 with the planned making of TriStar’s “Paris,” a feature film based on their song of the same name.

Their production company also includes the Chainsmokers’ manager and the CEO of Disruptor Records, Adam Alpert, who will likewise serve as executive producer on the Freeform series. Stampede Ventures, which consists of Paul Shapiro, Cara Fano, and Greg Silverman, will also be executive producing on the upcoming Chainsmokers show.

Gregory has worked on a number of TV shows, main among them being “Madam Secretary” for CBS, in addition to “Felicity,” “Jericho,” and even another Freeform's former hit series, “Switched at Birth.”

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The Chainsmokers are pictured at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 12, 2017. Reuters