TV star brothers Ryan, Adam and Scott Thomas are making a new, Manchester-based reality TV show dubbed “Geordie Shore meets Made in Chelsea”.
And Love Island contestant Scott is set to be a producer on the programme, called Making it in Manchester.
Lime Pictures, who make Hollyoaks and Celebs Go Dating, have been commissioned by E4 to make two pilot episodes later this year.
Scott who also runs his own fledging social media marketing firm is hoping to use his experience in front of the camera on Love Island behind the scenes to help mastermind the show.
He will co-star with his more famous brothers Ryan who starred in Corrie and later went on to win Celeb Big Brother and Emmerdale hunk Adam, who had a stint as a presenter on last years Im a Celebrity to star in the show.
The programme will chart the everyday lives of a string of movers and shakers in Manchester and will chronicle their journey.
Ryan Thomas appeared in Coronation Street (pictured with Michelle Keegan) before going on Celebrity Big Brother
Adam Thomas had a role on Emmerdale
His billionaire pal Umar Kamani boss of fashion firm Pretty Little Thing will also appear, as will Real Housewives Of Cheshire and Loose Women regular Christine McGuinness and Ross Worswick, who starred in Ex on the Beach and now runs fashion firm Couture Club.
A telly insider told us: Scott is very much the man behind this and wants to make this his own project. He is one of the citys movers and shakers and thinks viewers will enjoy sharing his life.
Ryan Thomas and Umar Kamani
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star Christine McGuinness will also appear on the show
Adam Thomas, Scott Thomas, Ryan Thomas and Ross Worswick – who starred in Ex on the Beach and now runs fashion firm Couture Club
He also wants to help produce the shows as he feels he has a lot of offer in front of the camera and behind it. Scott sees it as Geordie Shore meets Made in Chelsea kind of thing.
Hes got a bulging contacts book and has got his big-name pals on board for the show. Hopefully E4 will like what they see and commission a full series when the pilots are in.
The Sun Online has approached the family’s team for comment.