Get ready for even more late night television options that have nothing to do with Jimmys. Action Bronson is developing a daily late night series set to launch later this year on Viceland, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Bronson, of course, is already a top-tier Viceland personality thanks to his traveling-and-dining series Fuck, That's Delicious.
Bronson's new album Blue Chips 7000 is due Friday. On the Blue Chips 7000 single "Let Me Breathe," Bronson hinted at a new series in the second verse:
I got two shows, I'm about to pitch another/Throwing alley oops to my brothers
In addition to Fuck, That's Delicious (which was just renewed for a third season) and the untitled late night series, Bronson's dating series Hungry Hearts is set to premiere on Snapchat Aug. 30. Hungry Hearts, another Viceland collaboration, brings Bronson together with Match.com to throw singles into "curated date" scenarios that will surely make for great
television Snapchat content.
And that's not all. Bronson is dropping a food-themed book next month. Fuck, That's Delicious: An Annotated Guide to Eating Well, featuring a forward from king of Crocs Mario Batali, hits stores Sept. 12 via Abrams Books. Bronson's debut cookbook includes 40 recipes inspired by everything from his childhood to his tour travels.
For now, however, Bronson is very much in album mode. He appeared on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show on Monday and unveiled "9-24-7000," his new collaboration with Rick Ross.
He has also spent most of the last few months focused exclusively on music. "I've been on this motherfuckin' run, man," Bronson told his Rolling Loud festival crowd back in May. "Fuck, That's Delicious. All this television shit. But I don't give a fuck about that no more."