Snoop Dogg Sells Family Comedy to NBC

Is the “Doggystyle” rapper returning to the small screen? To put it bluntly, fo'shizzle

Chances are pretty good that Snoop Dogg is firing up a celebratory hit on his, uh, water pipe right now.

The "Doggystyle" rapper has sold a comedy project to NBC, which he will produce and star in, the network confirms to TheWrap.

The as-yet-untitled project is described as a "multi-camera family comedy," with Don Reo — whose credits include "Two and a Half Men," "Everybody Hates Chris," and "'Til Death" — executive-producing and writing.

Frequent Snoop collaborator Ted Chung is also producing.

The rapper, born Calvin Broadus Jr., has experience with family-oriented programming with the reality series "Snoop Dogg's Father Hood," which ran for two seasons on the E! channel.

The series is being produced by Warner Bros. Television.