Jackass star Johnny Knoxville’s new TV show has secured a deal to air on ABC. The actor’s comedy series will be inspired by his own upbringing in Tennessee in Southern America. He will narrate and produce the show which will cover his unique family life. The 43-year old made the deal with the network through his production company Hello Junior. He also has a two year deal with ABC Studios and Paramount Pictures to create new shows and films. He recently developed a film called Bad Grandpa for Paramount. Jackass which aired on MTV for two years has also launched the acting careers of Bam Margera and Steve-O.