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Nick Lachey plans a return to TV

Possible sitcom in works as he releases new single, ‘What's Left Of Me’
/ Source: Access Hollywood

"Newlyweds" might be long gone, but it looks like Nick Lachey is ready for a return to TV.

Nick is in talks to star in the new CW network's first comedy pilot, "She Said, He Said," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The sitcom reportedly explores the way men and women perceive situations differently.

Nick's casting in the pilot stems from a talent deal he signed with the WB in September, before it was announced that the WB and UPN would be shutting down and re-emerging in the fall as the CW network.

Last month, Nick opened up about his highly publicized split from Jessica Simpson at the 2006 Cosmopolitan "Fun and Fearless Awards" in Hollywood.

When he accepted his "Sizzling Singer Turned Actor Turned Sportscaster" award, Nick did not avoid the topic on everyone's mind.

"I'm really intrigued by this book – ‘It's Called a Breakup Because It's Broken,’" Nick joked upon accepting his award. "I wish I would have read that a few years ago! No, in all honesty, it is a little ironic to receive the Fun and Fearless Award right now because in some ways, I feel like at this point in my life, I've never been more afraid."

Jessica filed for divorce, officially ending the couple's three-year marriage in Los Angeles on Dec. 16, citing "irreconcilable differences."

And in his new single "What's Left Of Me," Nick once again opens up about his personal life.

"I don't wanna waste another day/stuck in the shadows of my mistakes/Now I'm broken and I'm fading and I'm half the man I thought I would be," he sings on the new song.

The track is the first single off of his forthcoming as-of-yet-untitled solo album, debuted exclusively by

"As with most of my music - the inspiration is my life....The beauty of music is interpretation. I'll let everyone draw their own conclusions," states Lachey of his inspiration for 'What’s Left of Me' in an interview with