Fred Durst developing CW drama based on his life
By Andrea Reiher, Zap2It
To go along with the sexy vampires, sexy demon hunters, sexy superheroes and sexy Medieval Times extras, the CW is now developing a drama based on the life of Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, reports TV Guide.
The drama, called "The Noise," will follow the rise of a musician in the 1990s as he leaves a bad home situation and forms a band that becomes immensely popular. Durst will act as co-executive producer on the script with Miles Feld writing. Eric andKim Tannenbaum, the producing team behind "Two and a Half Men," are executive producers.
This will be the second stab at a show about Durst's life, as back in 2011, the Tannenbaums and CBS developed the sitcom "Douchebag," about a rock star trying to balance his work life with a family.
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