Wayne and Coleen Rooney have agreed a deal with a production company to develop a new TV show.

The former Manchester United and England captain and his wife have had TV shows made about them individually in the last couple of years and are now set to work on a new project.

Last month the documentary series Coleen Rooney: The Real Wagatha Story aired on Disney Plus and followed her High Court libel battle with fellow footballer’s wife Rebekah Vardy.

Meanwhile, Wayne had a feature-length documentary about his football career released on Prime Video in 2022, simply titled Rooney.

When will new TV show on the Rooneys come out?

At the moment it is expected any TV show developed by the Rooneys will be released in late 2024 or early 2025.

The deal has been made with Lorton Entertainment who are now developing ideas of what could be produced.

Julian Bird, founder and chief executive of the film and TV production company, said: “Lorton Entertainment is delighted to have agreed this deal with the Rooneys.

“Over the next three-to-four months, our focus will be on developing the many possibilities for the project.

“Although we have already been approached by a number of streaming companies, any scheduled release should not be expected until late 2024, or early 2025.”

Lorton Entertainment has produced a number of TV series and films, including the previously mentioned Rooney documentary on Prime Video, but also the Diego Maradona documentary and the music documentary Oasis: Supersonic.

Meanwhile, narrative films include The Escape by Dominic Savage, Two for Joy by Tom Bear and Horrible Histories: The Movie.

The news of a new TV show comes after current Birmingham City manager Rooney appeared on the new podcast of ex-rugby league star Rob Burrow, speaking about the difficulties he faced in finding a way to deal with the pressure of fame as a young man.

The 38-year-old told Burrow: “My release was alcohol when I was in my early 20s. I’d go home, and spend a couple of days at home and not leave the house. I’d drink almost until I’d pass out.”