The Mighty Ducks trilogy is making its way to TV.
Sources have confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter. ABC Signature Studios has begun working and it will be brought out in the form of series, based on the ’90s sports-comedy franchise.
According to the US Magazine, screenwriter Steven Brill and producer Jordan Kerner for the original series approached the studio head Tracy Underwood for bring it to the small screen.
The report says that the films’ original stars Emilio Estevez (Gordon Bombay) and Joshua Jackson (Charlie Conway) are not going to be a part of the project. Also, the show will not make it the screens anytime soon.
Twitter is flooded with fans going ga ga over this new development.
Whoa, a MIGHTY DUCKS TV series is in development…that’s my childhood right there. pic.twitter.com/RjpZbnooMn
— Skyler Shuler (@Skylerhxc) January 22, 2018
Mighty Ducks show is being developed for cable or streaming. So we may get a more explicit version of the Quack chant.
— UntemperedTelevision (@UntemperedTV) January 22, 2018
The Mighty Ducks was a sports-drama franchise comprising of three films. The first is the trilogy came hit the box office in 1992. The second film, D2: The Mighty Ducks, came out in 1994, followed by the last one in the installment, D3m in 1996.>