Channing Tatum to produce reality show on burlesque club


Channing Tatum is producing a reality TV show about his burlesque club.

The White House down star will allow cameras to roll inside his Saints & Sinners restaurant and bar - which he set up with business partner Keith Kurtz in 2012 - in New Orleans, Louisiana, for a new documentary series.

US cable channel A&E has picked up a pilot episode for the potential series of hour-long episodes, which will focus on the entertainers who perform at the club, and Channing (33) will produce the show through his 33&Out Productions production company along with Original Media.

Earlier this year the actor made his first move into producing by backing a new sitcom starring his close friend Nick Zano (35), who’s had roles in hit shows such as 90210 and 2 Broke Girls.

It’s been a busy year for Channing, whose wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, gave birth to their first child - daughter, Everly - in May.

Jenna (32) recently praised her husband for being a hands-on dad and says he’s been a great help looking after their daughter on the set of her new TV drama, Witches of East End.

She said, “He’s in the trailer, he’s rocking her to sleep, I’m running back and forth breastfeeding.

“He’s been amazing - every chance he gets he’s here. He’s like, ‘I could sit here and be set husband all day long. This is so fun!’” Bang! Showbizz Share your thoughts:

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