Maroon 5 frontman and "The Voice" coach Adam Levine's story is one step closer to being told in a forthcoming NBC comedy series.
According to THR, NBC has picked up a script for a semi-autobiographical comedy that is actually based off Levine's life with a roommate prior to songs like "She Will Be Loved" and "One More Night"
"The single-camera entry from Universal Television is based on Levine's relationship with writer-producer Gene Hong (Community). The two were roommates before either found success in Hollywood," The Hollywood Reporter confirms. "Hong will pen the script and executive produce alongside Levine and his longtime manager/producing partner at 222 Productions Jordan Feldstein."
The as-yet-untitled series comes just months after Levine solidified a first look deal with NBC, which was to create scripted and alternative programming, including specials.