A Backstreet Boy’s life will be documented in a new reality series.
Nick Carter will executive produce the show, chronicling him trying to make up for with his past while preparing for his upcoming wedding to Lauren Kitt.
Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment (as in Eric and Jason, respectively, who also did “Hardcore Pawn: Chicago”) is shopping the untitled docu-series around. It has already received interest from cable networks. Bischoff and Hervey will also exec produce.
The reality series coincides with the Backstreet Boys’ 20th anniversary. A new album, “In a World Like This,” will drop July 30 and a world tour will follow.
A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell sold millions of albums worldwide as the Backstreet Boys. The group has toured with New Kids on the Block members as NKOTBSB in recent years without Richardson.
Carter is also estranged from his little brother, singer Aaron Carter.
Carter has previously starred in his own reality show “House of Carters.” Kitt is a fitness expert/actress.
Carter has a memoir called “Facing the Music” to be released Sept. 24. The description on Amazon.com describes it as an “autobiography and self-help hybrid.”
Carter and Kitt are represented by TalentWorks.