October 14th, 2011
01:29 PM ET
If you were a fan of Limp Bizkit, you’re in luck, because frontman Fred Durst is planning a comeback as a sitcom star. According to Deadline, Durst is working on a half-hour comedy project with CBS.
The king of nu-metal is set to star in and produce an upcoming series, which has a tentative title that rhymes with "mooshbag." (And no, we can't say it.)
The show follows a “rock legend” trying to balance raising a family with a high profile lifestyle.
Durst, 41, has had cameos in films like “Zoolander” and “Be Cool,” and did a guest spot on “House” in 2008. Durst actually directed many of his Limp Bizkit music videos, as well as the movies “The Education of Charlie Banks” and “The Longshots.”
(Also, remember when Fred allegedly dated Britney Spears?)
Will you watch what we're going to call "Mooshbag" or is Snoop Dogg’s similar-sounding sitcom more your speed?
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