Harry Styles is making a sitcom about his life in One Direction

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The One Direction turned solo star's new role was confirmed by CBS scheduling chief Kelly Kahl at a conference, reports the Washington Post - and is reportedly based on Styles" past "real life living situation'.

Harry Styles is set to executive-produce a new sitcom loosely based on the early days of One Direction, titled 'Happy Together', which will air on American network CBS this US Autumn / NZ Spring.

The host couple is played by Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West. Cooper is played by Felix Mallard.

Is there anything Harry Styles can't do? The pair play a couple in their thirties who are happily married and living in the suburbs. The pop star will take on a different name, but will be based on Harry Styles, and will be portrayed by Australian actor Felix Mallard.

So how did the "Sign of the Times" singer get involved with the new CBS sit-com?

I think he's going to have a pretty strong presence: Already the stars believe Harry will play an integral role as executive producer
I think he's going to have a pretty strong presence: Already the stars believe Harry will play an integral role as executive producer

'Happy Together' will debut on CBS in the USA this autumn.

Well, just after his success on the British X Factor and when One Direction was just starting to gain some traction with the teenage girls of the world, Harry lived with his friend Ben Winston and his wife in their suburban home in London.

A scene from Happy Together.

'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?", Amber told People.

Fans interested in checking out Happy Together can tune into the new sit-com this fall where it will be airing Mondays at 8:30 p.m. following The Neighborhood.

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