Us has confirmed that Britney Spears' soon-to-be ex, Kevin Federline, 28, is in talks to develop his own reality series.
House of Carters Executive Producer Kenneth Crear tells Us exclusively that he is currently working on producing a reality show with K-Fed.
"It's true," Crear tells Us, adding that he just started negotiations with partner Billy Rainey and Kevin Federline's manager on Monday. "We are in talks about this. Kevin came to me because he liked the way I shot the House of Carters series and the way I made Nick Carter look real and trustworthy. I gave people a different perspective of him and made people really respect him."
Crear also confirms that they are looking at "one or two" different networks, but insists the project is just as the beginning stages.
"Kevin doesn't dislike or hate Britney," Crear tells Us. "The show will show him for who he is but [will] not smear her. It was just a marriage that didn't work out, but it will show who he is beyond that."
Crear also says they are looking at an eight episode deal that will be shot over three months, but they haven't started shopping it around yet.
This is the the former back-up dancer's second foray into reality TV. Chaotic, Federline's 2005 UPN reality show (with wife Britney Spears) was widely panned by both fans and critics alike.