Starring Damon Wayans Jr., the untitled CBS project is inspired by Harry and Ben Winston’s attic for two years, while hunting for Los Angeles home.
Harry Styles‘ Hollywood stay with a TV producer is set to become a major TV sitcom. The pop superstar crashed in “The Late Late Show with James Corden” producer Ben Winston’s attic for two years, while hunting for a Los Angeles home, and now the pair’s strange living arrangement has inspired a series, starring Damon Wayans Jr.
CBS bosses have picked up the untitled project and plan to debut the show either later this year or early in 2019.
“The series is inspired by a time when executive producer Ben Winston and Harry Styles lived together. However, that’s where the reality ends. The show is not based on real life experiences or characters,” a spokesman for CBS Studios tells TV Guide.
Amber Stevens West, Felix Mallard, Stephanie Weir and former “Saturday Night Live” star Chris Parnell will also appear on the show.