While Microsoft has been pretty open in terms of its plans for new game content for the Xbox One, the company has been less forthcoming about its TV series plans for the console. All Microsoft has officially confirmed so far is a live action TV series based on their Halo sci-fi game franchise. Microsoft is also reportedly working on a reality show about soccer called "Every Street United" but the company has yet to confirm those rumors.
Now the Hollywood trade publication Deadline reports, via unnamed sources, that Microsoft has signed up yet another TV series for its Xbox division. The unnamed show is a half-hour comedy series about four ex-pro skaters (that's skateboarders, by the way) who live together in Los Angeles. The show is created by Ian Edelman, who also created the short lived HBO series "How To Make It In America".
The show's executive producer is Rob Drydek, a former pro skater who has since become a reality TV star on MTV (Rob and Big and currently Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory) and who also hosts the viral Internet commentary show "Ridiculousness" for the same network. So far there's no word on when Microsoft will officially reveal more information on its Xbox TV show plans.