Zayn Malik to furnish One Direction-inspired TV series
September 8, 2016 - one direction
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 7 (UPI) — Former One Direction thespian Zayn Malik is perplexing his palm during television.
News outlets reported Tuesday that a 23-year-old British recording artist will co-executive furnish a new NBC array Boys with Law Order creator Dick Wolf.
Boys will follow a ups and downs of combining a successful child band. The array will pull from Malik’s knowledge with One Direction, that he left in Mar 2015.
“Dick Wolf is a fable and a event to work with him and NBC to emanate a constrained play array is awesome,” a thespian pronounced in a statement.
“It’s sparkling to be diving into this plan with such ardent and inclusive producers,” NBC Entertainment boss Jennifer Salke added. “Zayn positively brings an authentic indicate of perspective to this universe where kids are catapulted into celebrity during a dizzying speed.”
One Direction was shaped on a British chronicle of The X Factor in 2010. The show’s creator, song and radio writer Simon Cowell, told Entertainment Tonight he wishes Malik had approached him about a TV series.
“Nothing surprises me anymore,” Cowell pronounced after a news broke. “I consider he should have come to me with it, if I’m being honest with we … we do indeed trust that when they’ve got these ideas, temperament in mind where we started, they should indeed come to me.”
Malik expelled his entrance solo album, Mind of Mine, in March, that debuted during No. 1 on a Billboard 200. The thespian canceled his Oct. 7 concert in Dubai this week, citing “extreme anxiety.”