In a world where gold-digging real housewives of whichever municipality I don’t ever want to live in and a family of well-meaning, uber-religious bearded rubes are among the biggest stars on television, it can be assumed that just about anything can become a TV show.
So I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade successfully sold his life story to Fox to be turned into a sitcom. This is not the first time the network has built a sitcom around an athlete. After all, who could forget the Michael Strahan vehicle “Brothers?” Wait, everybody who ever lived? Er… maybe Wade’s “Three the Hard Way” will fare slightly better since it stars an actor instead of an athlete.
But probably not.
According to those who release this kind of information, the show will star a “NBA player named Daryl Wade who is responsible for raising his two sons as a single parent.” (Maybe he has brothers named Daryl and Daryl?)
That seems pretty boring, but don’t worry. There’ll be plenty of hij