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WWE’s John Cena to Develop TV Shows with ‘Pawn Stars’ Producer Leftfield Pictures (Exclusive)

21 October 2014 4:35 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

After spending the past 12 years on television as one of WWE’s top stars, John Cena plans to start producing his own shows.

Cena has tag teamed with “Pawn Stars”-producer Leftfield Pictures to develop unscripted series that revolve mostly around unknown individuals from all walks of life with compelling stories to tell.

“For someone like me that’s surrounded by so many interesting characters, you know when you brush up against someone who can hold a room,” Cena told Variety. “There are so many people out there who can hold someone’s attention.”

While Cena is a fan of many scripted series on TV, “there’s a lot more opportunity in reality,” he said, and chances “to package lives the way they already are.”

As part of the development deal, Cena and Leftfield already have several ideas in the works, but aren’t ready to reveal the concepts just yet. »

- Marc Graser

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'Cajun Pawn Stars' -- We Got Illegally Raided ... Cops Jacked Our Sewer Snake

13 October 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

The stars of  "Cajun Pawn Stars" are being drummed out of business by cops who are out to get them ... stooping so low as to illegally seize a chain saw and sewer snake ... and now they are gunning for justice in court.Jimmie DeRamus and his wife Peggy claim the Alexandria Pd in Louisiana barged into their shop in June, claiming the shop -- which was featured on the History Channel -- was fencing stolen goods. »

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