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Lindsay Lohan Is Making Her Triumphant TV Return and This Show Looks Bananas
"I'm back, bitches," the star teased about her new television gig.
Lindsay Lohan is back, and she's here to wreak havoc on your social media. The actress announced that she will be making her triumphant return to Hollywood with a new prank series called The Anti-Social Network. "I'm back, bitches," Lindsay exclaimed at the top of the clip.
LiLo unveiled a teaser for the new series on Twitter Tuesday. "I love social media. I mean, I am social media. Everybody knows you should never leave your phone lying around, especially near me," she said in the below video. "So I've decided I'm gonna hijack your social media: your Instagram, your Snapchat, your Facebook, your Twitter, all of it for 24 hours."
If the victim can complete three challenges, Lindsay promises some "fabulous prizes" in exchange. The teaser clip shows one participant posing nude in an art class, performing stand-up comedy, and professing his love for his boss after Lindsay took over his social media and challenged him to do so. "I've decided to dare people to really question how much their social media is worth," Lindsay said.
The Anti-Social Network is reportedly being shopped to networks, according to Entertainment Weekly. If it gets picked up to series, this would mark Lindsay's first TV project since her 2012 Lifetime movie Liz and Dick and her 2014 OWN docuseries Lindsay.
Lindsay's own social media activity has been quite controversial already this year. She went on a bit of a social media purge in January when she deleted all of her Instagram posts “in a period of renewal," her rep told Us Weekly. Lindsay also grabbed headlines last month for expressing her desire to star as Ariel in a live-action version of The Little Mermaid in the caption to an Instagram post that has since been changed.
As far as a return to the big screen goes, LiLo is set to star in the upcoming horror flick The Shadow Within. Lindsay also revealed at the end of last year that she has "been trying so hard" to make Mean Girls 2 happen and has even "already written a treatment for it."
Never leave us again, Lindsay.
Watch the actress dish on working with Oprah Winfrey, below.