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Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has caught the TV bug. The singer, most recently a judge on NBC's "The Voice," has attached his name to an as-yet-unnamed sitcom about a karaoke bar.

According to Deadline, Levine will produce the show for NBC while Jake Kasden of "Bad Teacher" will direct. Levine's friend Gene Hong, whom he reportedly first met in a karaoke bar, is the show's writer.

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NBC came out on top in a bidding war for the show, which will revolve around an ensemble cast and deploy a single-camera concept, much like the network's beloved "30 Rock."

According to the report, the show will be produced by 20th Century Fox TV. No airdate has been set.