Snoop Dogg Staring in ESPN Series About High School Football

(Radio.com) We all know Snoop Dogg as rap legend and weed aficionado. Some of us also know him as Iggy Azalea antagonist. But, today, Snoop reminds us of one of his less publicized roles: football dad.

Yes, the man will be starring in a new five-part television series, Snoop & Son: A Dad's Dream, for ESPN in which he portrays the part of loving and involved father while his son excels in his role of high school football starting receiver for the national powerhouse Bishop Gorman High School in Nevada.

In a new preview for the series, which begins airing on Jan. 14, we see Snoop giving his boy, Cordell Broadus, a pep talk and plenty of high school Friday Night Lights-ish footage of game days and practice.

We also see Snoop taking care of fatherly duties like doing the dishes. As interesting as it is to think that Snoop does dishes, let's hope the series doesn't focus on this too much. Dishes are boring. Boring to do, boring to watch celebrities do. Check out the preview here.

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