The CW Have Agreed To Make A Show Based On Fred Durst’s Life For Some Reason

He did it all for the paycheck.

In a programming decision that will at worst yield the most obnoxious vanity project of 2014 and at best the Entourage of Nu Metal but with way more douche-stench, chain wallets and soul patches, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has performed hypnosis convinced programming executives from The CW to let him make an hour long drama series based on his life. 

The series, The Noise, to be produced by Durst, “chronicles the rise of a young artist in the 1990s who escapes a
tumultuous home life and forms a wildly popular band with a unique

That ‘band’ being a thinly veiled version of Limp Bizkit, and that ‘sound’ being the sound of dying.

Strangely enough, this isn’t Durst’s first foray into television. In 2011, CBS developed a sitcom series called “Douchebag”, remarkably not a doco-drama about his life, which never made it to air for reasons that will quickly become apparent when you watch its preview trailer.