The pop star will explore topics of importance to her on the weekly podcast, including mental health, activism, LGBTQ rights, justice, body positivity, art and the environment. Alok, Glennon Doyle, Chelsea Handler, Jane Fonda and Jameela Jamil will be featured as guests on the show, along with other social activists, survivors, entrepreneurs and artists.
Following her YouTube documentary “Dancing with the Devil,” Lovato is currently developing an array of projects for NBCUniversal. In the upcoming four-episode limited series “Unidentified with Demi Lovato,” the musician will endeavor to explore the truth about UFO phenomena with her sister Dallas and skeptical best friend, Matthew. Additionally, she will star in and executive-produce “Hungry” — a new comedy series that will follow a faction of friends who belong to a food issues group.
“Living in the Fourth Dimension means existing consciously in both time and space, but for me, it means having conversations that transcend the typical discourse,” Lovato said in a statement. “That’s my goal with this podcast. With my production partners at Cadence13 and OBB Sound, the 4D podcast will be my place to highlight causes that are close to my heart and elevate my guests’ platforms to an audience they might not have previously reached. I want to bring listeners with me to learn from experts about timely topics and create a healthy discussion that ultimately cultivates more compassion for one another.”
“4D with Demi Lovato” is produced by Cadence13, OBB Sound and Scooter Braun’s SB Projects. It’s executive-produced by Braun, Michael D. Ratner, Scott Ratner, Elias Tanner of OBB, Scott Manson, Jen McDaniels, James Shin, Scott Marcus of SBP and Chris Corcoran of Cadence 13. Grace Delia of OBB serves as a producer.
Lovato is repped by WME, SB Projects and Schreck Rose.