If you can't get enough of Chris Brown's law-breaking antics, you're in luck. According to a report by TMZ, BET is currently in the process of developing a reality TV series for the R&B star. While nothing has been set in motion yet as far as production is concerned, sources have confirmed that the network has already began running focus groups to find out if the concept attracts viewers.

Multiple sources tell TMZ that BET has made it clear to several production companies that the network would absolutely air a Chris Brown reality series chronicling his life after jail, but so far no one has been confirmed to sign Chris.

A focus group was held Tuesday in the San Fernando Valley. Participants were asked if they'd watch a reality show in which Chris tries to stay clean, free from violence and drugs. The group--comprised entirely of African American females--was split, but the majority said they'd watch to see if Chris would screw up.

Would you watch a Chris Brown reality series? If not, what artist would you prefer to have their own show?

[Update: Chris Rejects Offer]

While BET has shown interest in producing a reality television series revolving around the antics of Chris Brown, the singer is not interested in pursuing such a venture. TMZ caught up with the singer, and when asked if he would ever take up a stint on reality TV, he responded, "Nah, not for me, man".

So it looks like we won't be tuning into Brown's life on a weekly basis after all. Is this a good thing?

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