It's easy to forget that Entourage is still a thing, and it'll be even easier once it stops being a thing. In fact, Kevin Dillon, who plays Johnny Drama on the decreasingly popular show, is ready to move on as well. The actor has been tapped to star as a magazine columnist in a new CBS pilot called How to Be a Gentleman.
As per The Hollywood Reporter:
The comedy, penned by It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's David Hornsby, centers on Alan, a magazine writer who pens a column on how to be a gentleman.
Hornsby will serve as an executive producer on the project, and Friends veteran Adam Chase will executive produce. Chase currently works on ABC comedy Better With You.
The project is based off the book How to Be a Gentleman: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy.
So all in all, it sounds like the show will be something of a male Sex and the City, with Dillon playing a Bradshavian New Yorker who'll have weekly romance-related adventures that will be recounted via his columns. Maybe Charlie Sheen could be his Samantha?