Yes, the hunky actor is giving cameras a first look into his day-to-day life for a new docuseries, Variety has reported.
As if that wasn’t mind-blowing enough, the show will revolve around Channing’s burlesque club, which he opened in 2012. The Magic Mike actor owns the New Orleans club and restaurant, Saints and Sinners, with friend and business partner Keith Kurtz.
As well as following Channing’s every move (we hope), the club’s staff and entertainers will share airtime with the Hollywood hottie. Naturally talk has quickly turned to Channing’s own dancing skills, as we all know he’s no stranger to busting a few saucy moves on camera.
But in an effort to be the most multi-tasking man in show buisness, Channing may be too preoccupied with his role of executive produce for the show, which is now thought to be in the pilot stages.
The first, hour-long episode has been picked up by US cable channel A&E, who are expected to produce the reality show alongside the actor’s own company, 33&Out Productions.
Meanwhile Channing, who’s married to actress Jenna Dewan-Tatum, has been busy enjoying fatherhood after the birth of his daughter, Everly, in May.
We can’t wait to snuggle down with repeats of Channing‘s show!
By Jessica Bridgeman