Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to lead a series from Skydance Television
In his first major foray into scripted television, veteran Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to lead a series from Skydance Television.
According to the Deadline, Schwarzenegger will also executive produce the yet-to-be-titled project by the creator of "Scorpion" Nick Santora.
The hour-long series will be making his TV debut with the series, which is described as a global spy adventure with a father and daughter at the center of the story. Who will play the father and daughter role has not been revealed yet.
Schwarzenegger last appeared on the small screen in a one-off episode of popular sitcom "Two and a Half Men" in 2015.
Santora is developing and executive producing the series as part of his overall deal with Skydance. He also serves as executive producer or show runner of the studio''s upcoming "Jack Reacher" series for Amazon.
The new series will also be executive produced by Skydance's David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Bill Bost. Carolyn Harris will oversee the project for the company.
Schwarzenegger and Skydance share a longstanding relationship, thanks to "Terminator" films, "Genisys" (2015) and "Dark Fate" (2019), in which he reprised his iconic role of T-800 in the latest sequels of the popular sci-fi franchise.