Ciara has signed up for a TV gig.
The Grammy-winning singer will serve as a judge on the Nickelodeon music competition series, America’s Most Musical Family, the cable network announced Thursday.
Ciara is also an executive producer, alongside Republic Records, Nickelodeon’s Executive Vice President of Unscripted Content Rob Bagshaw, and Paul J. Medford.
The “Goodies” singer will be joined at the judges’ table by singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson and YouTube personality David Dobrik. Nick Lachey is set to host the series as 30 families compete for a recording contract with Republic Records and a $250,000 cash prize.
“We are thrilled to welcome Nick Lachey and our incredibly talented judges — Ciara, David Dobrik and Debbie Gibson — to Nickelodeon,” Bagshaw said in a press release. “This competition for all ages is about celebrating exceptionally talented families. We’re in for a spectacular show.”
The competition will center around families of two or more relatives who perform together, ranging from a father/daughter duo, sibling groups and a 12-member multigenerational brass ensemble.
Nickelodeon announced in February it was developing the series as part of what it called its “biggest, most wide-ranging content slate ever.”
America’s Most Musical Family is produced by Industrial Media’s The Intellectual Property Corporation. Additional executive producers include Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Claire Kosloff and showrunner Jeff Boggs.
The 12-episode series begins production this week in Los Angeles and is scheduled to premiere in the fall.
Additional details on the show can be found here.