June 26 (UPI) -- Singer and actress Demi Lovato is getting another YouTube docuseries.
YouTube announced at its Brandcast Delivered event Thursday that ordered a four-part docuseries featuring Lovato, 27.
Michael D. Ratner will direct the new docuseries, which gives fans a glimpse into the ups and downs of Lovato's personal and professional life over the past three years.
The series is a followup to Lovato's YouTube Originals documentary, Simply Complicated, released in 2017.
YouTube also announced Instant Influencer with James Charles Season 2, The Creator Games Presented by MrBeast, UHC: Ultimate Home Championship, hosted by Stephen Curry, an interactive special with YouTube's Markiplier and Retro Tech, hosted by Marques Brownlee.
"We're continuing to invest [in originals] -- and we're investing more," YouTube chief business officer Robery Kyncl said.
In addition to new originals, YouTube announced this month that it is creating a multiyear, $100 million fund dedicated to "amplifying and developing the voices of Black creators and artists and their stories."