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Fox developing Peter Pan series following Lost Boys post-Neverland

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Fox is also dipping its toes in Neverland’s waters. The network is developing League of Pan, a series that’s set to follow the Lost Boys 15 years after they left Neverland. 

EW has confirmed Fox has given a script commitment plus penalty to the project, which takes place in modern Los Angeles and finds the Lost Boys reuniting when they discover someone is killing them each off. The series is described in its logline as a “soapy thriller” that is “grounded and edgy.” Andrew Miller will write and executive produce. Imagine’s Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo are executive producing. As Deadline notes, 20th Century Fox TV and Imagine tried this concept in 2012.

Peter Pan is big these days. Allison Williams will fly as Peter in NBC’s live production of the classic musical this December, and that network is working on Wendy and Peter, a workplace comedy loosely based on J.M. Barrie’s characters.