Six-episode series will chronicle the reunion of Green's group Goodie Mob
Cee Lo Green is taking his voice to TBS — and he's bringing Goodie Mob with him.
The "F— You" singer and "The Voice" coach has signed on with TBS to star in a reality series, the cable network said Friday.
The series, which bears the working title "The Cee Lo Life," will follow Green "as he tackles not only a packed schedule of producing, recording and performing, but also a creative partnership with his longtime best friends — Big Gipp, Khujo and T-Mo — as they prepare to bring their legendary hip-hop group Goodie Mob back to the world stage," TBS said of the project.
Green's Emerald TV Productions is producing the series along with Rogue Atlas.
"On behalf of Emerald, we are honored for this opportunity to entertain and extend the life of a long legacy of classic programming at TBS – which in our book stands for The Best Station," said Green. "Atlanta, your native sons, the Goodie Mob, will make us all proud."
Green went on hiatus from "The Voice" this cycle in order to pursue other projects, such as his Las Vegas show "Loberace."
The six-episode series will premiere next year.