Fans of Bryana Salaz can now stream her new series “Team Kaylie” on Netflix. The show follows teenage celebrity billionaire Kaylie Konrad, who is ordered to serve her community after being charged with a misdemeanor offense. The show seems like a direct competitor for Disney Channel’s afternoon lineup, and would fit in perfectly with other shows like “Bunk’d,” “Coop & Cami,” and “Sydney to the Max.”

Netflix teased the series, adding, “Once shallow and selfie-obsessed, Kaylie learns she has so much more to offer after being forced out of her comfort zone and leading a wilderness club for inner-city tweens.” As part of Netflix’s ongoing promotion for the new show, the platform released the full theme song for the series, which is sung by Bryana Salaz. Fans might remember Salaz from when she competed on NBC’s “The Voice” as part of Gwen Stefani’s team in season 7.

Netflix’s official description for season 1 adds, “After another run-in with trouble, selfie-obsessed, teen celebrity Kaylie Konrad is sent to serve her community as the leader of an after school wilderness club for preteens. Kaylie’s idea of roughing it is braving a wrinkle on the red carpet, so this punishment seems like an absolute disaster. But, being pushed out of her comfort zone will prove that she has so much more to offer than just a pretty face.”

Netflix also announced a new adaptation of the Tony Award-winning “13” into a musical. The Broadway version of the story featured the first and only all-teenager cast & band and served as professional debuts of Ariana Grande and Elizabeth Gillies. Netflix confirmed that Tamra Davis is attached to direct. Davis directed the movie “Guncrazy” with Drew Barrymore, and directed episodes of “Empire,” “Santa Clarita Diet,” and “Crazy Ex- Girlfriend.”

On the family-friendly side of the business, Netflix recently released “Tall Girl,” which is directed by Nzingha Stewart. Other films in the works are the 2020 movie “Feel the Beat,” directed by Elissa Down and starring Sofia Carson; “The Main Event” directed by Jay Karas; “The Sleepover” directed by Trish Sie; and “A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting” directed by Rachel Talalay.

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