Channing Tatum is to produce a new reality TV show focusing on the entertainers who work at his burlesque club, Saints and Sinners, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Channing Tatum is producing a reality TV show about a burlesque club.
The 'Magic Mike' hunk will let the cameras roll inside his Saints and Sinners establishment - which he set up with business partner Keith Kurtz in 2012 - in New Orleans, Louisiana, for a new documentary series.
US cable channel A&E has picked up a pilot episode for the potential one-hour series, which will focus on the entertainers who perform at the club, and Channing, 33, will produce the show through his 33&Out Productions firm along with Original Media.
Earlier this year, the actor made his first move into TV production by backing a new sitcom starring his close friend Nick Zano, who has had roles in hit shows such as '90210' and '2 Broke Girls'.
It's been a busy year for Channing, whose wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum gave birth to their first child - daughter, Everly - in June.
Jenna, 32, recently praised her husband for being a hands-on dad and says he has been a great help looking after Everly on the set of her new TV drama 'Witches of East End'.
She said: ''He's in the trailer, he's rocking her to sleep, I'm running back and forth breastfeeding.
''He's been amazing - every chance he gets he's here. He's like, 'I could sit here and be set husband all day long. This is so fun!' ''
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