The network is launching a new pilot called, “House Husbands” as part of their new original series line-up.
Based on the Hollywood Husbands sketch that aired during The BET Awards in 2011, the series will take audiences on a journey of a hectic marriage in which spouses feud over attention and stardom.
It’s actually a bit of a spoof on reality television’s favorite “Wives” franchises.
But this time, the men get involved.
Hart is also up to something else. He’s also working with Will Packer on a comedy for Screen Gams called “Con-Ed.”
Check out the sketch of the 2011 BET Awards spoof “Hollywood Husbands” below, which featured Nelly, Bobby Brown, Anthony Anderson and Jermaine Dupri.
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