Mark Wahlberg Wants a Reality Series About His New Restaurant
"Maybe I'll be the 'Charlie's Angels' of reality TV," he says of the idea.
Just a week after it was revealed that Mark Wahlberg was opening up a new, 4,300-sq. ft. restaurant in Boston's Hingham Shipyard called Wahlburgers, the Entourage producer and actor took it one step further: He wants a reality series too.
Wahlberg, along with his brothers, are mulling the idea of filming an unscripted show following the opening of their burger eatery. But there may be a catch, if the idea comes to fruition.
"Maybe I'll be the Charlie's Angels of reality TV," Wahlberg told E! Online recently. "You'll hear my voice, but obviously it's something that we'd want to control in every aspect and produce and make sure that we were doing something really quality."
Wahlberg also shared that he and his brothers may
at some point or another" launch their own clothing line, in addition to "a health and wellness business that will help people first and foremost feel good, exercise, eat right and then look good."
The Wahlberg family has an Italian restaurant in Boston called Alma Nove.