Make some room, Lip Sync Battle: Another late-night viral sensation is making the leap to cable.
James Corden and Late Late Show executive producer Ben Winston are shopping a Carpool Karaoke series to networks, based on Corden’s crazy-popular, star-studded segment.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, which first broke the news, Corden is not expected to host the project but will executive-produce and likely make guest appearances. (If you’re unfamiliar with Carpool Karaoke, let this be your introduction to the phenomenon.)
In February, Spike TV announced it was developing a similar series, Caraoke Showdown, in which The Office‘s Craig Robinson will chauffeur unsuspecting contestants as they perform karaoke during the ride.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
* A&E’s Damien got off to a hellish start Monday, drawing just 753K viewers and a 0.3 demo rating. Leading into the Omen continuation at 9/8c, Bates Motel kicked off its fourth season with a solid 1.5 million viewers/0.8 rating, up 14 percent versus its Season 3 finale.
* PBS has renewed its Civil War drama Mercy Street, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Josh Radnor, for a second season.
* The documentary Serena — which follows tennis icon Serena Williams during crucial moments of her career — will premiere Wednesday, June 22, at 8/7c on Epix.
* New Daredevil Season 2 teaser alert!
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