LeBron James is getting pretty busy in Los Angeles, and he keeps securing deals with top companies. This time his SpringHill company sealed a deal with NBC for “Hoops” and it’s getting bigger than you can imagine.
LeBron is not just a successful basketball player. He’s also a producer, and “Hoops” is one of his most recent projects. SpringHill signed another deal with NBC for the TV show based on the story of a female coach of a men’s college basketball team.
James and Maverick Carter will be producing the show, and Brownstone Production and Warner Bros. Television are also here.
The announcement came four days after the info of SpringHill’s ‘Brotherly Love.’ It’s a single-camera comedy based on Philadelphia 76ers guard and reigning rookie of the year Ben Simmons.
SpringHill Entertainment announced plans for the first feature-length narrative film in February. It will be a remake of the 1990s hit “House Party.” The company has a rather big TV portfolio, and it also includes a list of projects highlighed by NBC competition show “The Wall.”
What’s LeBron James up to at the moment?
King James is getting ready for the upcoming season, and he will sure use well his time in Los Angeles. He’s been pretty busy signing contracts this summer. Being a basketball star and a producer isn’t an easy thing, but LeBron always finds time for the things that matter. He uses every bit of his free time for his family, and he never misses his oldest son’s game.
We can only wait and preduct LeBron’s next move. Will it be another movie? A show? King James always finds a way to surprise us. Many say that he may ever join forces with a rap star. That would be nice and refreshing, right? But, maybe he should wait until the season ends. That’s a good advice.