Andy Cohen’s book is being made into a television program for NBC, Variety reported.
Here’s what you need to know:
According to Variety, a new show is in the works, inspired by Andy Cohen’s book Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture
The show is described as a “coming of age comedy” being made by Universal Television and Blumhouse Television, the outlet reported.
The outlet reported that “Most talkative follows a fictional 13-year-old Andy Cohen who comes of age in 1980s St. Louis. He’s gay, loves the Cardinals, his bar mitzvah teacher is a stoner, and his soap opera-fueled imagination makes him both the party of the party as the source of endless drama. Most Talkative is a series about not fitting in and figuring out how to build one yourself.’
The show will be scripted.
“I’m excited to use my childhood as a jumping-off point for what I know will be a hilarious show, and to work with an incredible team, including my friend Jason Blum and UTV,” Cohen told the outlet.
The show is “written by Gordon Greenberg and Michael Weiner and directed by Emmy winner Todd Holland,” the outlet reported.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the show hasn’t announced a release date yet.
On September 16, Cohen shared Cher’s music with his 3-year-old son Ben. He captured everything on video.
“She was a singer,” Ben said. “She sang too loud for me.”
“Do they sing too loud for you?” replied Koen. ‘You loved it. Who did she remind you of?”
Ben didn’t respond right away, so Cohen told him, “She reminded you of Elsa, didn’t she?” he said. “Because they are both good singers.”
Fans and celebrity friends flocked to the comments to comment on the video.
“One thing about kids they’re going to tell ‘their’ truth, he said what he said,” wrote former RHOA star Porsha Williams.
Sutton Stracke, of RHOBH fame, said, “I really want to come babysit.”
Margaret Josephs of RHONJ commented, “Cher-ing!!)
Several fans also responded.
Someone said ‘Omg it was too loud’ I just love him. Ben walks up to Cher like ‘Would you like. Do less.'”
“Andy has finally found his match,” said another fan.
“I love his little voice!” someone wrote.
One fan shared their experience writing Cher’s music, “Sonny & Cher, my first concert at age 2. August 19, 1973. I broke my arm, by my courage I got this concert. Raising those children well!”
“You really are a great father! There’s nothing like time with them,” someone said.