Channing Tatum is looking switch things up and to take a step behind the camera.
The Hollywood hearthrob has teamed up with A&E to executive produce an hour-long docuseries which will follow the entertainers of a New Orleans burlesque club, E! News confirms.
Tatum opened up said club, Saints and Sinners, with his friend and biz partner Keith Kurtz in 2012, and now he is looking to give his business a little extra attention via reality TV. Now, before you get too excited ladies, we must warn you that this is not going to be Magic Mike on the small screen. (Bummer, we know!)
Production is still in the very early stages and as of now A&E tells us this is just a pilot order. However, considering the fact that everything Tatum touches practically turns to gold (or at least body glitter) we would not be surprised at all if this series danced its way into our TV screens.
It is unclear if Tatum will grace us with his presence on the reality series, but one can certainly hope!
In other Tatum news, The 22 Jump Street star has recently teamed up with Nick Zano for a multi-camera comedy for CBS and Warner Bros. Way to stay busy Tatum and once again, congratulations on your face.
Variety was the first to report this news.