Justin Timberlake is helping to bring a hit Peruvian comedy to NBC. "My Problem With Women" follows the adventures of Jose, a 30-something bachelor who begins seeing a therapist in an attempt to under

Justin Timberlake is helping to bring a hit Peruvian comedy to NBC. "My Problem With Women" follows the adventures of Jose, a 30-something bachelor who begins seeing a therapist in an attempt to understand why all of his romantic relationships fail.

The project, which has received a script commitment from NBC, is based on the Peruvian show "Mi Problema con las Mujeres," which was launched in July, and has been sold to 20 countries.

Timberlake will serve as an executive producer. He joined the project after he was approached by Reveille, the production company behind the most successful U.S. adaptations of foreign scripted series on the air: NBC's "The Office" and ABC's "Ugly Betty."


-- The Hollywood Reporter







Sixpence None The Richer will play its first show in four years on March 14 as part of South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. The group is also working on an EP of new music due this spring, as well as a Christmas album that will be out by year's end.

"One day a few months ago over coffee, we just knew it was time to breathe life back into the gift that God gave us," vocalist Leigh Nash says. "I felt like I needed to be making music with Leigh," adds principal member Matt Slocum.

Sixpence None The Richer broke up in 2004, with Nash moving on to a solo career. The group is best known for the 1999 hit "Kiss Me," which reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.







Indiana-reared rock outfit Chamberlain is regrouping to play a short set during South by Southwest next week in Austin, Texas. Group members David Moore, Adam Rubenstein, Curtis Mead and Charles Walker are expected to perform for the first time since 2000 during former label Doghouse's showcase at the Rio on March 13.

Earlier in the evening at the showcase, Rubenstein will play guitar in Moore's solo band. The latter's Doghouse debut, "My Lover, My Stranger," is due in late spring.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.