Snoop Dogg's filmography is a lengthy one that dates back to 1994's release of the short film/soundtrack for Murder Was the Case. Since then, he's increasingly looked to hone his acting chops in films like Soul Plane, Starsky & Hutch, and Down for Life. But those roles would pale in comparison to his planned sitcom for Warner Bros TV, which is currently in the works.
Of course, this wouldn't be his first time leading a series. His reality show, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood, had an 18-episode run. But this wouldn't be "reality" and Snoop has apparently linked with longtime sitcom writer Don Reo to work on the project, according to Deadline Hollywood. It's not clear when and if the show will start up, but if it does, you can bet we'll be watching the pilot.