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Channing Tatum's burlesque club may become an A&E series
Is Channing Tatum about to break into reality TV? Well... Kinda.
According to Variety, A&E is piloting an hour-long docuseries about the New Orleans burlesque club Saints and Sinners, owned by Tatum and Keith Kurtz.
Tatum, Kurtz and Charlie Corwin will serve as executive producers on the project.
This is Tatum's second TV project in the last month. He's also producing a multicam comedy for CBS with "21 Jump Street" co-star Nick Zano. That sitcom is set up at WBTV.