According to the Associated Press, the currently untitled series will capture The Los Angeles bred rapper working in his studio and spending quality time with his family during half-hour episodes.
The cameras will also follow Snoop when he interacts with the kids from his youth football league and as he carries out the 800-hour community service sentence he was given after pleading no contest to gun and drug charges in April.
"The juggling act that Snoop faces day-in, day-out between career and family is certain to resonate with our viewers," said Ted Harbert, president and CEO of Comcast Entertainment Group, which operates the E! channel. "While he has captured a legion of fans as the king of hip-hop, what makes Snoop most interesting is the side of him that most people have never seen."
The series is scheduled to debut in late 2007.