Singer and actress Christina Milian has signed onto star in the third season of Hulu’s original series “East Los High,” Variety has learned.

The teen drama is Hulu’s first and only series with an all-Latino cast. The project centers around the lives of teenagers growing up in East Los Angeles from the American-Latino perspective.

Milian will play Liliana, a “kick-ass” music producer at R&R Records who becomes Camila’s (Vannessa Vasquez) mentor. While showing Camila the ins and out of the music business, Liliana realizes she might need to guide her new apprentice in more ways than either expected. The new season sees the Bomb Squad dance team step up their game with some unexpected new team members. Once again, romance, sex, dancing and mystery fill the halls of East Los High.

Milian, who just wrapped her own reality show on E!, “Christina Milian Turned Up,” has also been cast, as a series regular, in Fox’s John Stamos comedy pilot, slated for the 2015-16 season.

She appeared on the Season 2 of “The Voice,” as the social media correspondent, and competed on Season 17 of “Dancing With The Stars.”

“East Los High” is currently filming, and is set to debut Season 3 this summer.