In case you couldn’t get enough of Dwyane Wade on your television during Miami Heat games, it appears that a possible sitcom based off Dwyane Wade’s life as a single father might be coming to a television set near you.
The fine folks over at Variety have more information on the comedy pilot that Wade’s team sold to Fox:
Mike Tollin, Wade and Sony Pictures Television has sold halfhour comedy project “Three the Hard Way” to Fox, based on Wade’s life as a single dad.
Wade (whose Twitter account is headed by the word “Three”) will exec produce with Tollin and Mandalay Sports Media, as well as Justin Lin, Danielle Woodrow and Troy Craig Poon of Perfect Storm Entertainment.
Fellow exec producer Ben Watkins (“Burn Notice”) is writing the pilot script, which will tell the story of an NBA superstar named Daryl Wade and his eccentric entourage, who find themselves parenting by committee when the lead gets full custody of his two young sons.
The sitcom is based off Wade’s autobiographical book “A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball” and below is a interview he did with “Late Night With David Letterman” about it:
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