Luis Miguel is having quite a week after news that he was arrested in Los Angeles following a court order for failing to show up and pay up in a lawsuit he lost against a former manager. To get some good PR out there, Telemundo just announced they would be airing a series authorized by the singer to air in 2018. Confirmation of the bioseries comes on the heels of the Spanish-language network's Upfront to be held in New York City in a couple of weeks. Watch a preview for Luis Miguel: La Serie below and tell us what you think!

"For decades I have been asked to tell my story, many have created their own versions, now I have decided to tell the true story of my life," Luis Miguel said in a statement. "I am ready to revisit my past and its many aspects that have sparked so much curiosity and speculation.  People will travel alongside with me through a surprising, unexpected and emotional journey that has shaped the artist and the person that I am today."

This is not Burnett's first foray into Spanish-language programming.  Burnett ("The Voice", "Survivor", "Shark Tank") and MGM are in their third season with "Lucha Underground" a professional wrestling series. Burnett produced the Spanish-language version of "Son of God", which was shown in more than 400 theaters in the U.S.

“Luis Miguel has become a close personal friend of mine and my wife Roma. He is a wonderful human being and a bonafide superstar whose authentic story deserves to be told. I am grateful he selected us for this production and I know that Telemundo is the perfect and biggest home for the Luis Miguel story," said Mark Burnett.

"We are proud to partner with Gato Grande and Mark to bring Luis Miguel's official and authorized life story for the first time to U.S. Hispanic audiences," said Cesar Conde, Chairman, NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises. "Our Telemundo teams have established themselves as the leaders in finding the best stories and developing innovative genres for the U.S. Hispanic market. We are thrilled to add such a legendary music icon to our primetime bio-musicals lineup."

Overseeing the production of the series is Gato Grande's head of development, Carla González Vargas, who was an independent filmmaker in Mexico and author of several books on film history.