Billy Ray Cyrus, the early 90's country music singer who is best known as the father of tween superstar Miley Cyrus, has a plan to get his other kid on TV.
Cyrus is in development with Syfy and Peacock productions on a new reality show called "UFO: Unbelievably Freakin' Obvious." On UFO, Cyrus and his 21-year-old son Trace will criss-cross the country investigating the conspiracy theories that surround paranormal phenomena.
"The existence of paranormal phenomena is something I've always wanted to explore further. Getting the opportunity to take this adventure with my son, who has always had a keen interest in this area, is a dream come true. I hope this series can shine a light on some of the activities we have questioned, and the mysteries that have long inspired us," Cyrus said.
Miley Cyrus' Disney Channel series "Hannah Montana" is currently in its fourth season, which will be its last. The show has been a megahit with young audiences and was also made into a feature film, but the Cyrus' have faced criticism for putting their daughter into the spotlight with provocative costumes and photo shoots.
Cyrus has three children who have yet to land their own TV shows, but if "UFO" is successful, perhaps the family will continue their quest for total domination of the airwaves.