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Get Ready to Go Inside Andy Cohen’s Life Before Bravo Like Never Before

Based on the WWHL host’s memoir of the same name, Most Talkative follows a fictionalized 13-year-old Andy.

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Mazels are in order for Andy Cohen: His New York Times best-selling 2012 memoir, Most Talkative, is being adapted into an NBC coming-of-age comedy series, Deadline reported on September 14.

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Also titled Most Talkative, the forthcoming show follows a fictionalized 13-year-old version of the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host in 1980s St. Louis. “He’s gay, loves the Cardinals, his bar mitzvah tutor is a stoner, and his soap opera–fueled imagination makes him both the life of the party and the source of endless drama,” the official log line reads. “Most Talkative is a series about not fitting into any one box and figuring out how to build your own.”

Andy expressed his excitement in a statement that Deadline also shared the same day. “I’m tickled to use my childhood as the jumping-off point for what I know will be a hilarious show,” he said, shouting out his “pal” and co-executive producer Jason Blum, along with the Universal Television studio.

Written by Gordon Greenberg and Michael Weiner, Most Talkative will be directed by Emmy winner Todd Holland, and Andy will also serve as an executive producer.

Back when he released the literary version in 2012, Andy told The Daily Dish that the book is “just basically what an ass I’ve made out of myself so many times,” adding, “I focus more on my failures and me making an ass out of myself more than my successes because I think those stories are more fun.”

Not only are they more fun, but they’re funny too, and we can’t wait to see which hilarious anecdotes make the cut on the NBC series.

Watch WWHL on Bravo Sundays through Thursdays and the next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app.

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