Robbie Williams Working on Five Shows as He Plans to Launch TV Franchise

The Take That alum hopes the coronavirus lockdown ends soon because he can't wait to get his ideas turned into television shows for his foray into TV business.

AceShowbiz - Robbie Williams is looking to build a TV empire after revealing he's working on five new show ideas.

The former Take That star, 46, told Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper he's looking to kick off the next big TV franchise, explaining, "There is a new avenue that I am moving into, TV. I am very, very excited about it."

"I hope we go back to normal soon because I have got so many TV ideas that I wanna do," he continued, adding, "A myriad, a smorgasbord."

While the "Feel" hitmaker teased he has "literally so many" ideas for future projects, he was reluctant to share too much information about the new concepts.

Meanwhile, fans can look forward to seeing the star on-screen next week as he teams up with his former Take That bandmates Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald on Friday, May 29, 2020 for a one-off virtual gig to raise money for charity amid the coronavirus pandemic.

"I am really looking forward to performing with the boys again - it's always a pleasure," he said while announcing the Meerkat Music gig. "If we can't go to the stadium… we'll bring the stadium to us."

Take That formed as a five-piece in 1990, and enjoyed success until they disbanded in 1996. They later reunited in 2005 as a four-piece, without Robbie, and now perform with Gary, Mark, and Howard, following former member Jason Orange's departure in 2014.

Tune into the concert on Compare the Meerkat's Facebook and YouTube pages at 8 P.M. BST on May 29.

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