UPDATE: CBS reached out to us with the following statement: "Although the series is inspired by when Ben and Harry lived together, that’s where the reality ends. The show is not based on real life experiences and characters."
Harry Styles is set to executive produce a new sitcom based on his life.
The 24-year-old star has signed on as executive producer for upcoming CBS sitcom 'Happy Together', which will follow his story during the period after One Direction - which also featured rose to fame on 'The X Factor' UK.
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.
It's actually based on a time in Harry's own life when he settled in with friend and mentor Ben Winston - who now works on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden' - and his wife Meredith after his band's talent show success.
Felix, 20, opened up about Harry's involvement in the programme, and said he's "really keen".
He explained: "I got to chat with him when were first deciding to do the show and he's really excited. He's really keen.
"He knows that it's a story based on his life, and he gets to produce a TV show which is fantastic for his career. So I think he really, really does care."
Although the sitcom will take some liberties, and not aim to be a strictly accurate representation, it's thought Harry will still want to stay involved in a big way.
Amber, 31, added: "This is his story, and even though we're not telling it exactly as it happened, people are going to ask questions - like, 'Did this really happen to you?'
"So he's going to care about the stories that we're telling. I think he's going to have a pretty strong presence as a producer."