Jessica Simpson Announces Scripted TV Series Based On Her Twenties

Jessica Simpson has been open and honest with her fans this year thanks to the release of her best-selling autobiography, Open Book.

Now, Jessica is giving her fans an unprecedented look into her life with a series of new projects being released with Amazon Studios!

Needless to say, Jessica's 2021 is looking BRIGHT!

In case you're new, Jessica Simpson has been one of the few people thriving in 2020.

Jessica has published a New York Times best-selling memoir, has gone through a dramatic weight loss transformation, and turned the BIG 4-0!

Now, Jessica is getting ready to share her life with fans in a way we've never seen before. Taking to Instagram, Jessica announced three exciting projects in partnership with Amazon Studios.

"I am humbled and honored to partner with @amazonstudios to bring my story and heart to life on the screen and executive produce a fictionalized coming of age series about my mid-twenties, a new intimate unscripted docuseries with music as a key component and 2 essays where I will share my soul and perspective while holding your heart close to mine," she wrote.

"I am a huge TV fan and many of my favorite shows live on Amazon, so the gift of this unprecedented collaboration is the brightest visible dream for me. From our first meeting I had a visceral connection to every member of this team."

"I know that parts of my life have been extraordinary, but I also know that many of my struggles are universal," she continued.

"I hope to continue the mission I set out to accomplish in writing Open Book -- to inspire others to be entertained, moved, and empowered to walk through fear and come out on the other side even stronger."

She concluded: "Thank you to every heartbeat of my family, my team, and to my many new family members at Amazon for listening and receiving the power of my readiness and intuition with complete confidence in my life’s creative purpose."

Naturally, Jessica fans could not be more excited about the news.

Will you be tuning in to the new show? Reading the essays? Crying along to the docuseries? Let us know in the comments below!