Deadline is reporting that multiple Academy Award-nominated songwriter Diane Warren is teaming up with executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (SmashHairspray, The Bucket List) to develop an hour-long musical dramedy show for NBC. Krista Vernoff (Grey’s Anatomy) is writing and producing the project. The series will feature the music catalog of Warren, who serves as a consulting producer. The dramedy centers on a 30-something songwriter who has written the most epic love songs of our time, despite, or perhaps due to the fact that she is painfully unlucky in love. Zadan and Meron have been friends with Warren for over a decade and previously worked together with her on the 1999 ABC musical Double Platinum, for which the songwriter composed an original song. Warren has written original songs for such films as Armageddon (I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing by Aerosmith), Con Air (How Do I Live by LeAnn Rimes), Up Close & Personal (Because You Loved Me by Celine Dion), Pearl Harbor (There You’ll Be by Faith Hill), Burlesque (You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me by Cher) and most recently Song for Marion.