Actor-singer Selena Gomez said that she was '"nervous as hell'" about discussing her upcoming series 'Thirteen Reasons Why' with Netflix.
Taking to Instagram, the 24-year-old singer, who is serving as an executive producer for the show, has revealed that she was too anxious before launching the series with the giant-streaming service.
'"This was the day I was nervous as hell going into @Netflix for the first time to talk about @13reasonswhy (sic),'" the singer wrote alongside her picture.
The series is based on the 2007 Jay Asher's novel of the same name, in which a teen Hannah leaves her classmate Clay, a set of cassette tapes that explain the 13 reasons she ended her own life.
After reading the book, Gomez signed on with her mother Mandy Teefey to coproduce the 13-episode series."My mom found this book in 2009 and worked a lot to make it with me, guide me and tell this story authentically (the only reason, beside Jay this project was even made),'" Gomez continued in her post.
She has also taken to social media to tease a clip of the upcoming series, which is set to be available to watch on March 31. Alongside the video she wrote, "A peek at a passion project I've been working on with @Netflix. @13ReasonsWhy arrives 3/31."
On October 29, 2015, it was announced Netflix would be taking on the book to become a miniseries, with Gomez as the executive producer.