Victoria Justice has inked a talent deal with Fox and Twentieth Century Fox Television, Variety has learned.

Under the new pact, the network and studio will be able to develop joint projects and roles specifically tailored for the “Victorious” starlet who will also have the ability to guest star on existing series across both Fox’s and 20th’s portfolios.

“We’re thrilled to bring Victoria Justice into the fold as we develop our next round of fresh, young and vibrant material that can be tailored to her distinct point of view and considerable talent,” Sharon Klein, EVP of casting for Twentieth Century Fox TV said Friday. “She has an incredibly relevant fan base and major social media presence, making this a truly exciting partnership with unlimited options.”

Justice is coming off her MTV thriller “Eye Candy.” Her other credits include Josh Schwartz’s 2012 flick “Fun Size,” plus TV roles on “iCarly,” “Zoey 101” and most recently, “Undateable.” Up next, she will star in the indie romantic comedy “Naomi + Ely’s No Kiss List,” playing the former title character.

She rose to fame toplining Nickelodeon’s hit teen sitcom “Victorious,” which ran four seasons.

Justice is repped by UTA.