Popular American singer and actress Mariah Carey has decided to shoot a drama series about himself and the vicissitudes of his life. It will premiere on the TV channel Starz, which is actively involved in the work with the Hollywood star. It is not known when the planned premiere.
Carey will be the producer of his autobiographical TV series. In the film she tells about how she began her career. Helps the singer, her longtime friend Brett Ratner, which will be the show-run and Executive producer. Writes the script for the show Nina Colman (“Gigantic”).
The action of the series takes the viewer in 1986 in new York. The big city came to conquer ambitious 16-year-old mulatto, who dreams of becoming a singer and composer. She comes from a difficult family, she had no childhood, but there is a strong desire to break out into the world and prove to everyone that she is worth something. The girl have to go the hard way with disappointments and deceptions. But she will go ahead to his dream – to become a worldwide star.
Carey has not yet found its leading lady, are now in full swing auditions. Also, while the series has no name. According to insiders, the Hollywood star has already come up several working titles, but does not disclose them. At this stage, start date of filming is not defined.
Mariah began her career as a backing vocalist. Then she met with the head of Columbia Records Tommy Motorway, who opened purposeful girl the big stage. Carey in the same breath writes the singles “Vision of Love”, “Love Takes Time”, “Someday” and “I Don’t Wanna Cry”. They at once preside over all the American charts and hit records at the auditions. These songs became her debut album “Mariah Carey”. In the morning Carrie woke up a celebrity.
In 1991, Cary received his first Grammy award as “Best new artist” and “Best pop singer”. Two years later, she released the album “Music Box”, which still remains the best-selling. The single “Dreamlover” was held at the top of the American charts for 9 weeks.
CDs Mariah Carrie was sold more than 200 million copies.