According to Variety, the show set to follow Ronaldo on and off the pitch will be partly produced by Tom Brady's Religion of Sports media company - who previously created a series on the NFL star named Tom vs Time for Facebook Watch.
Ronaldo has 122m followers on his official Facebook page so the appeal of having a show on the social media network seems logical.
The series is reportedly valued at $10m (£8.8m) so it sounds like he'll get paid well no matter who its sold to. Yet it isn't the only one Ronaldo is busy with.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is preparing to launch a superhero series named Striker Force 7 and a drama following a girls' high school soccer team in upstate New York.
Back in 2015, there was the film Ronaldo which gave an insight into his sporting and personal life.
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