Jennifer Lopez Goes Lesbian For New ABC Family Series

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Oh come on, we had to.  With her status on 'American Idol' seemingly always in jeopardy, diva mogul sensation Jennifer Lopez might be moving into a new area of TV, this time ditching reality for family with a new ABC series that goes where no drama has gone before.  What project could have lured Lopez to ABC Family, and what's going to have people talking?

According to a new report from Deadline, actress/singer/perfumist/dancer/MILF 'American Idol' judge Jennifer Lopez is looking to develop a new hour-long series with ABC Family.  The as-yet-untitled series will follow a lesbian couple who have their already child-heavy household turned upside down when a wayward teenage girl moves in with them.

One of the adoptive mothers of the series is a police officer, while the other teaches private school.  Together, they have one biological son and adopted teen twins, one a boy, the other a girl.  It's likely that Lopez herself will find spots to contribute to the series in a guest role.

Lopez herself will executive produce the series, which the network is reportedly speeding through the development process, along with Simon Fields, Lopez's partner at Nuyorican Productions.  Peter Paige and Brad Bredeweg, the creators and writers of the show, will also executive produce along with ABC Family collaborator Greg Gugliotta.

What say you?  Do you think Jennifer Lopez's new drama will break new ground, or get voted down?  Tell us if you'll watch in the comments!

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