Adam Levine's new show will launch on NBC
The Adam Levine Show is coming to NBC
Well, for now it's just called The Untitled Adam Levine Show.
Earlier today (Wed, Oct. 14), NBC announced that Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice coach/mentor is officially getting his very own television show piloted on the channel. The show, thus far, is tentatively titled the "Untitled" Adam Levine show.
Read the official statement below:
NBC has ordered to pilot “The Untitled Adam Levine Show,” from the Maroon 5 singer and “The Voice” judge. Director David Dobkin and Renegade 83, the production company behind “Naked and Afraid, will also develop the new reality series, which will feature super fans being surprised by their favorite celebrities on momentous occasions.
The concept was inspired by Maroon 5’s “Sugar” music video. Storylines include a couple about to get married suddenly discovering that a world famous recording artist is leading the house band or a famous actor becoming an unexpected guest of a bachelorette party.
The show is said to be launched sometime throughout the second or third quarter of 2016 on NBC.
Read more on the occasion in the link below:
Meanwhile, catch Adam Levine as a coach on NBC's reality show The Voice airing every Monday and Tuesday at 8/7pm CPT!