Unscripted

Channing Tatum lands unscripted A&E pilot

U.S. network A&E ordered a pilot of an hour-long docuseries from actor Channing Tatum's 33andOut Productions.
October 29, 2013

U.S. network A&E ordered a pilot of an hour-long docuseries from actor Channing Tatum’s 33andOut Productions.

The network has confirmed that the unscripted and untitled project will focus on the employees of Saints and Sinners, a New Orleans burlesque club owned by Tatum and his business partner Keith Kurtz.

33andOut Productions has teamed up with Original Media for the pilot, with Tatum and Kurtz executive producing the show alongside Original’s Charlie Corwin.

This is the second television deal for Tatum within a month, following news that his production company would be making a comedy for CBS starring actor Nick Zano.

 

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