Keeping Up With Karma Chameleon
? The producers who brought the Kardashians to television--damn them--are doing the same for Culture Club leader, Boy George.
The Hollywood Reporter
, the yet untitled docuseries will chronicle George's life on the road, his move to Los Angeles, and his personal life.
"This series will give viewers unprecedented access to his life as he launches his first tour in years and lets the cameras capture this next chapter of his life and career," said Jeff Jenkins, Bunim/Murray Productions exec vp of development and programming, who will oversee production.
Last year, as the band got back together and set out on a world tour, Boy George
shared some insight
into past struggles. "We got together about two years ago, sort of tried to do a bit of writing and I kind of worked quite quickly that I needed to get my mojo back," George explained. "I needed to get myself back in order."
The "Karma Chameleon" singer was charming throughout the interview and discussed the band's "volatile moments" (read: attempted murder), Bowie's influence on the group, and the difficulties of getting their first record deal.
No words on when production for this series will begin, but we'll keep you posted.