Thanks to FX, DL Hughley’s life will be on play for all of America in a new autobiographical show. The show, which is currently untitled, chronicles Hughley’s life as a stand up comedian and radio host, Deadline reports. Hughley will co-write the show along side Sivert Glarum and Michael Jamin (Brickleberry). Hughley has been in countless movies and TV shows, with his movies include Inspector Gadget (1 and 2), The Original Kings of Comedy, and Soul Plane. His TV shows are just as, if not more, impressive than the movies, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Scrubs, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and Dancing with the Stars. And the radio host part should come even more naturally, as he just inked a nationally syndicated radio deal. Suffice it to say, Hughley’s new FX show will certainly be entertaining.