They always say that third time is a charm as Boris Kodjoe is working on a new sitcom in the fall season.

Boris Kodjoe has been cast in the ABC's pilot 'Georgetown,' an ensemble drama about young staffers on Capitol Hill. The hourlong project, written by Will Fetters, is described as a sexy soap centered around the young people behind the power brokers of Washington, DC. It centers on Andrew Pierce (played by Jimmy Wolk), an effortlessly charming and brilliant Yale graduate and the youngest Presidential speech-writer on record who was once idealistic but is now cynical as he sees how compromise has eroded the administration's promise. Kodjoe will play the Democratic president's fiercely intelligent senior adviser, stated Kodjoe's last TV series, the J.J Abrams' NBC spy drama 'Undercovers,' which paired him with Gugu Mbatha-Raw, was cancelled in 2010 after low ratings. Only 11 of 13 episodes were aired.

This a great news as Boris has always done a good job since Soul Food, but he will possibly bring plenty of excitement to the new series.