Brown's local production company, B2 Entertainment, trailed the superstar duo this week around Atlanta.
B2 Entertainment hopes to sell the series to a TV network.
"This is Bobby's project, and while Whitney has no direct interest in the project, she is very supportive of her husband," Houston's Atlanta lawyer Mark Trigg said Thursday.
Just last week, Brown spent a day in a Massachusetts jail after telling a family court judge he was unable to pay the child support he owes for the children, now 12 and 14, that he fathered with a Massachusetts woman, Kim Ward. He was released after paying $63,500 in back child support.
Locally, Brown had been serving a 60-day sentence for violating his probation on a drunken-driving charge.
On May 5 in a Fulton County courtroom, Brown is scheduled to face misdemeanor battery charges after he allegedly hit Houston in December, leaving her with a bruised cheek and a cut lip.
Last month, Houston acknowledged an addiction problem and checked into a rehab facility.