Los Angeles – Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin’s production company Iron Horse Entertainment have announced that they will be producing a half-an-hour sitcom called Nicky based on the life of Nick Zano, who is a recurring face on 2 Broke Girls and Happy Endings, according to Deadline.
Zano grew up in a multi-generational family of seven women and plays a 30-year old version of himself as he tries and fails to leave the nest. Apparently Tatum and Carolin loved hearing stories about Zano growing up and thought it would make a great sitcom. The two have produced films like Magic Mike and White House Down, but this will be the first time that the company will take on a TV series.
Nicky has set up shop at Warner Bros. TV, but the company will still be producing films starring Channing Tatum, like a sequel to 21 Jump Street and a biopic about the life of famous daredevil Evel Knievel. Despite the birth of his first child Tatum does not seem to be slowing down any time soon.