Quack It Up Because a 'Mighty Ducks' TV Series Is in the Works
It's time to start practicing that Flying V, people!
Quack! Quack! Quack! Quack! Quack!
It’s been more than two decades since the gloriously cheesy Mighty Ducks hung up their ice skates, and now they’re gearing up for a return to the rink! According to The Hollywood Reporter, a TV series based on the iconic '90s hockey trilogy is currently in the works. The franchise’s original screenwriter, Steven Brill, will pen a script for ABC signature studios which is definitely a promising start. Jordan Kerner, who produced the original movies, is also attached to the project.
The Mighty Ducks trilogy began with the self-titled 1992 film and concluded with 1996’s unforgettable D3: The Mighty Ducks. Unfortunately, none of the films’ big stars including Emilio Estevez, Joshua Jackson, or Marguerite Moreau are attached to the series. The TV adaptation is reportedly still in very early stages of development and has not been acquired by any network.
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