Nick and Drew Lachey opening new bar in OTR for new A&E series - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

Nick and Drew Lachey opening bar in OTR for A&E series

Nick Lachey (Left) and Drew Lachey (Right) are set to open a new bar in OTR for a new A&E reality TV series (Photo: Flickr/dwightsghost (right) and Rafael Amado Deras (left)) Nick Lachey (Left) and Drew Lachey (Right) are set to open a new bar in OTR for a new A&E reality TV series (Photo: Flickr/dwightsghost (right) and Rafael Amado Deras (left))
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Former 98 Degrees singers and Cincinnati natives Nick and Drew Lachey are going to be the subject of a new A&E celebrity reality show set in Cincinnati. 

A&E Network announced the series"Lachey's Bar" (working title) Monday.

The series, which has received an order for 10 half-hour episodes, will follow the brothers as they open a bar together in Cincinnati.

CVG Airport tweeted a photo of Nick Lachey arriving Monday afternoon thanking him and the crew for filming inside the airport.

The bar will be located at 1201 Walnut St. in Over-the-Rhine and is scheduled to open in November.

"Despite their lack of knowledge about running a business, these determined brothers are ready to roll up their sleeves and learn the ins and outs of running a place where everybody knows your name," A&E said of the upcoming show in a release. "Unfortunately, drinking experience doesn't necessarily translate into drink-making experience … but they're ready to learn."

Leftfield Pictures ("Counting Cars," "Pawn Stars") is producing the series, which is slated for an early 2015 premiere.

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