The story of Justin Bieber's early years could soon be hitting TV screens.

TV Guide and ABC News say ABC is developing a sitcom based on the Canadian pop superstar's life.

The single-camera comedy would centre on Bieber's time before he got famous —and include a look at his awkward teenage years and unorthodox family. No word on whether the show would feature scenes from Canada.

According to one report, Bieber would executive produce the show with his manager, Scooter Braun.

The family series is reportedly being considered for broadcast next season, though a similar proposal more than a year ago never came to fruition. An ABC spokesperson did not immediately respond to request for comment.

Bieber has guest starred on CSI, hosted Punk'd and appeared in the special Justin Bieber: All Around the World.