NBA star Dwyane Wade’s bestselling memoir, A Father First, is being adapted to screen by Fox as a comedy TV series to be titled Three The Hard Way.
Dwyane Wade’s Bestselling Memoir, ‘A Father First,’ Is Becoming A Comedy TV Series At Fox
Dwyane Wade's Bestselling Memoir, 'A Father First,' Is Becoming A Comedy TV Series At Fox
In the book, Wade shares his thoughts on fathers and sons, writing about the gratifying responsibilities of being a single dad to his two sons, Zaire and Zion, while recounting his own growing up years and his rise to the top echelon of pro basketball.
Fox has assigned the project to scribe Ben Watkins (Burn Notice) to adapt, and exec produce along with Wade.
Mike Tollin of Mandalay Sports Media and director Justin Lin (the Fast & Furious franchise) as well as Danielle Woodrow, and Troy Craig Poon producing through Lin’s Perfect Storm Entertainment.
Three The Hard Way marks the very first TV project for Dwyane Wade’s ZZ Prods.