Britney Spears new album, Glory, won’t be the only dose of Britney fans will get of the pop princess—thanks to Lifetime’s plan for a TV biopic.
The biopic, titled Britney, will premiere next year on Lifetime, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Britney will follow the star from her Louisiana beginnings to her life and career almost 20 years after she burst onto the scene with the iconic “Hit Me Baby One More Time.” It’ll cover her highly publicized relationship, and breakup, with Justin Timberlake, her past marriages, motherhood, and rough times epitomized by the time she shaved her head in 2007, leading to her conservatorship.
Glory, Spears’ ninth album, is out Aug. 26. You can see her perform this Sunday at the VMAs, where she’s previously delivered classic performances for “Oops I Did It Again,” “I’m a Slave 4 U” (featuring the yellow boa constrictor), and ’03’s infamous performance with Madonna and Christina Aguilera.
Here’s the synopsis for Lifetime’s Britney.