The Rock Looks for a 'Hero' With New Reality TV Series

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We smell what "The Rock" is cooking and it's a new reality TV series, titled 'The Hero.' Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and producing partner, Dany Garcia are currently developing the "global adventure" series at Electus, the same studio that's giving us another season of 'Mob Wives' and the Michael Buble Christmas Special.

Still in development, "The Hero" will focus on three teams placed on three different continents where they "will face moral dilemmas testing their courage, leadership skills and self-sacrifice limits," according to Deadline, which broke the news. "The Hero" was created by Electus head, Ben Silverman alongside 5X5 Media's Craig Armstrong and Rick Ringbakk.

No network is attached to the project at the moment and it's still unknown if the "Fast Five" and "G.I Joe: Retaliation" star will host the show, while maintaining a busy film career.

Appearing on a reality TV show might seem like a step down for the former WWE champ turned movie star but if there's anyone who can get viewers fired up about yet another reality show, it's "The People's Champion."

Filed Under: Dwayne Johnson
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