Field of Dreams Series Adaptation From Mike Schur Ordered at Peacock
On the off chance that Mike Schur constructs it, Peacock will come.
The Parks and Recreation and Good Place maker is behind a little screen transformation of Field of Dreams, which was requested directly to series at the decoration on Monday.
Schur will compose and chief produce the undertaking, which plans to “reimagine the mixture of family, baseball, Iowa and magic that makes the movie so enduring and beloved,” per the authority portrayal. Other EPs incorporate David Miner, who has dealt with other Schur series like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Master of None, and Lawrence Gordon, who filled in as a maker on the first Field of Dreams film.
“Through the years, Field of Dreams has remained a fan favorite, maintaining its rightful position in the zeitgeist,” said Lisa Katz, leader of NBC Universal Television and Streaming. “It’s unconventional and grounded, a space where Mike Schur dominates, and we’re anticipating bringing another rendition of this exemplary to Peacock.”
Field of Dreams, which was itself adjusted from W.P. Kinsella’s clever Shoeless Joe, featuring Kevin Costner as rancher Ray Kinsella, who constructs a baseball field on his territory in the wake of hearing a strange voice that urges him to do as such. What’s more, the film is having a bit of a second: Earlier this month, the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox played at the Dyersville, Iowa, field where the film was shot, denoting the primary MLB game at any point played in that state.
Fox’s inclusion of the occasion — which highlighted an appearance from Costner — arrived at the midpoint of 5.9 million absolute watchers, the biggest crowd for a customary season game on any organization since 2005.