Fred Durst is going all out in 2013, working on a new album for Limp Bizkit, appearing on The Arsenio Hall Show and now is in works to produce a drama for the CW, based on his life as a budding rock star in the ’90s.
The new one-hour show, set to be called The Noise, features a character based on Durst who makes it big with a ’90s rock band, according to TV Guide. The show seems like it parallels Durst’s career, who made it big with Limp Bizkit in the late ’90s. The show is being worked through CBS Television studios and Durst is serving as co-producer. Durst’s piloted sitcom with the network Douchebag,which had similar themes, didn’t make the cut in 2011.
Limp Bizkit have already released the song “Ready to Go” from their upcoming album Stampede of the Disco Elephants planned for release on Cash Money Records. Now might be a fun time to put bets on what’s going to come out first – his TV show or Stampede, which has been in the works since 2011. Then again, if this makes it to air (unlike Douchebag) Durst might be able to retire from Bizkit again,