Channing Tatum's Reality Show Is Everything We Wanted and More
Okay, so he's not going back into stripping as a profession, but he is putting it back on the screen with a potential docu-series (read: reality show) with A&E that will follow the dancers of the New Orleans burlesque club Tatum owns, Saints and Sinners.
It's just in the pilot stage now, and it doesn't even have a title yet. So no, currently there's no way to tell if Tatum will even make an appearance in the show (but we can dream, right?). And from the looks of it, Saints and Sinners is not quite as seedy as Xquisite in Magic Mike:
After countless childhood visits and several on-location film shoots, actor Channing Tatum, along with longtime friend and business partner Keith Kurtz, fell in love with the Big Easy’s laissez les bon temps rouler attitude and colorful history in a big way. Styled after the famous red-light district bordellos and burlesque halls of New Orleans’ Storyville era, Saints & Sinners is Tatum’s tribute to the city’s ribald, good-time reputation.
But then again, that's a lot of fancy references to New Orleans prostitution, so you never know. We may not to see Channing Tatum bump n' grind to Ginuwine's "Pony," but maybe he can Channing all over our collective Tatums in the tasteful style of a 1920's New Orleans prostitute somewhere in the hour-long reality show. Until then, we'll just have to make do with our new TV boyfriend, Nick Zano, in Tatum's upcoming multi-camera sitcom.