The fun twist was that her travails were often commented on by an animated alter ego, who would frequently break the fourth wall with witty retorts.
Under her new Disney Channel overall deal, she is set to create series and movies for Disney Channel and Disney+, starting with new "Lizzie McGuire". "She is still dealing with that 13-year-old no-holds-barred animated Lizzie that's constantly babbling in her adult Lizzie head", she said, and added: "So she has to deal with that". "She has her dream guy, who owns a cool SoHo restaurant".
The Lizzie McGuire reboot will revolve around Lizzie as a 30-year-old millennial navigating life in New York City, according to THR. The show will bring back creator Terri Minsky as the showrunner. The series sounds very Sex in the City meets every struggling millennial in NY series, but with the fun animated alter ego twist.
She added that her character is now dating "the ideal man, who owns a fancy restaurant" and is getting ready to celebrate her 30th birthday.
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Hilary now stars in the TV Land show Younger as Kelsey, a millenial book editor turned publisher in New York City. No dates were given on when production would start and when the Disney+ series would debut.
The Disney Channel hit is getting a revival on Disney+, with Hilary Duff returning to star as the title character, our sister site Deadline is reporting. "I mean, I love her so much", Duff said at the time. She added, "She has her dream job, the flawless life right now working as an apprentice to a fancy New York City decorator". "But I think that's what's going to make it really special".
The original Lizzie McGuire series ran for two seasons on the Disney Channel between 2001 and 2004.