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CBS is developing a sitcom around Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst
CBS has given a script commitment to a half-hour comedy project that would be produced by and star Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst.
According to Deadline.com, Matthew Carlson will write the untitled project -- tentatively titled "Douchebag," but unlikely to keep that title -- which would focus on a rock legend trying to raise a family while keeping high very public lifestyle. Hilarity may or may not ensue.
Durst has worn many hats over the years. As a rock star, he did it all for the nookie. As a director, he helmed the features "The Education of Charlie Banks" and "The Longshots." And, as an actor, his credits include NBC's "Revelations" and blink-and-you-missed-it appearance on FOX's "House."
The sitcom is part of Durst's development deal with CBS and CBS TV Studios.