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Harry Styles is executive-producing a sitcom based on his life

Ben Winston Ben Winston
Hannah Rogers | 17 May, 2018, 14:53

Happy Together "follows a teen heartthrob Cooper (Felix), whose character is based off of Harry Styles, and his zany adventures with his new housemates, two 30-somethings with nothing to lose", Stereogum reports.

The show stars Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West as a married couple whose quiet life in suburbia is changed when a musician played by Felix Mallard moves in, according to People magazine.

The story is based on Styles' early days with One Direction, when he moved to London to live with his friend, the TV producer Ben Winston. In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine previous year he told how Styles was originally supposed to move in with him and his wife for a couple weeks as a house he was looking at nearby needed some work.

The living arrangement was only meant to last a few weeks, as Harry was waiting for work to be finished on his own house, however, the young star ended up living in the couple's home for 20 months.

'Those 20 months were when they went from being on a reality show, X Factor, to being the biggest-selling artists in the world, ' Ben told Rolling Stone.

"Those 20 months were when they went from being on a reality show, X Factor, to being the biggest-selling artists in the world", Winston told the magazine a year ago. No one ever found out, really. But he made our house a home.

'So he's going to care about the stories that we're telling.

"Happy Together" was announced as part of CBS's 2018-2019 primetime line-up reveal on Wednesday (May 16th).

It's not the first time Harry has ventured out of the world of music, as the actor also appeared in the film Dunkirk.

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