Justin Timberlake to Executive Produce NBC's 'My Problem with Women'


Justin Timberlake


Justin Timberlake is teaming up with Reveille Productions to serve as an executive producer on NBC's pilot "My Problem with Women."

Justin Timberlake can now add TV producer to his career resume in addition to that of acting and singing. The pop singer has teamed up with Reveille Productions, the production company behind "Ugly Betty" and "The Office," to serve as an executive producer on NBC's pilot "My Problem with Women".

The show, which is a comedy, is not an original though. It actually is an adaptation of the Peruvian show called "Mi Problema con las Mujeres," a show that launched in July and has since been sold in 20 countries.

As for the story, "My Problem with Women" follows thirty something Jose as he attempts to understand his romantic failures through therapy sessions, Reveille Productions confirmed Friday, March 7.

"I am very excited to be collaborating with Reveille to bring this hugely successful format to NBC," Justin said in a statement.

Is really trying to get his feet wet into everything and anything, Justin could next be seen starring in the comedy flick "The Love Guru," being in the same scene with Mike Myers, Jessica Alba, and Ben Kingsley among others. The movie is slated to be released on June 20 later this year.

© AceShowbiz.com


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