Tyler, The Creator might be taking his time with his music career for the moment, but the rapper is still completely in work mode. While he is slated to perform at a couple of different festivals this summer, he'll be much more focused on another venture, as Viceland has reportedly picked him up for a brand new television series.

According to Billboard, the Los Angeles native's Nuts and Bolts show is coming to the popular network, and will be debuting as part of their late night lineup this August. The series has an August 3 premiere date, and is set to take the 10:30 p.m. slot on their roster schedule. So far, there is very little information known about the show and its premise, but if we know Tyler, it won't be anything less than hilarious and unique.

Last week (May 5) at the Digital Content NewsFronts event, Wall Street Journal reporter Lara O'Reilly tweeted about the series, commenting that it would be about the Odd Future member "finding out how things are made."

Nuts and Bolts stems from a show that was made for GOLF Media, which incorporated the footage from the making of Tyler's "F---ing Young " video at the time. For now, we'll just have to wait until August to see what's in store for the Viceland series.


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