A Chris Brown reality TV show could be on it's way if BET executives get their wish. The network wants to chronicle the singer's life following his 2 month stint in a Los Angeles County jail.
Brown doesn't need the money or publicity, but the show could go a long way in helping him to continue rehabilitating his public image.
The singer has reportedly quit smoking weed, distanced himself from negative influences in his life and is taking medication to stabilize his recently diagnosed bipolar condition.
According to TMZ, several production companies are trying to sign Chris because BET has guaranteed it would air the show if it materializes. So far the "Deuces" hit maker hasn't put his name on the dotted line.
A focus group in San Fernando Valley comprised of African American females was asked Tuesday, June 24, if they would tune in if the show airs. The majority said they would, mainly to see if Chris could stay out of trouble.