The 'Lizzie McGuire' actress hints at her frustrations after one of her TV shows was dopped by the Mouse House streaming service and the other one was put on hold.

AceShowbiz - Hilary Duff took aim at Disney+ bosses on Twitter after it was announced a TV series based on the movie "Love, Simon" had moved to Hulu from Disney's new streaming network.

Earlier this week, it was reported the show, which is loosely based around the 2018 LGBTQ+ coming-of-age flick, had been dropped by Disney + and picked up by Hulu, as it was apparently not "family friendly" enough.

Hilary is already affiliated with the network, working on its revived "Lizzie McGuire" series, but in a cryptic post she hinted all wasn't well between herself and executives.

Posting a screenshot of a headline reading, "Love, Simon TV Show Pulled From Disney+ as It's Not 'Family-Friendly,' " she added, "Sounds familiar…"

Last month, January 2020, it was announced the Lizzie McGuire reboot had been put on hold as producers seek a "different creative direction" for the series after the show's original creator exited her role.

It was previously announced the new season would follow 30-year-old Lizzie living in New York and working as an apprentice to an interior decorator, with original stars Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine, and Jake Thomas also returning as Lizzie's family.

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