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NBC is getting “Lost in the ’80s.”
The network has handed a director-contingent pilot order to an hourlong project from “The Wonder Years” writer-producer Bob Brush.
The project, produced by Sony Pictures TV and studio-based Tantamount, is described as “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” meets “The Ice Storm.”
It is considered an ’80s version of “Wonder Years,” the half-hour dramedy set 20 years prior that tackled the social issues and historic events of the late ’60s through the eyes of teen Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage).
Brush won an Emmy and a Humanitas Prize for his writing duties on “Wonder Years,” which aired on ABC for six seasons.
Brush is executive producing “Lost in the ’80s” with Tantamount’s Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum and Mitch Hurwitz.
His series credits include ABC’s “Karen Sisco” and CBS’ “Early Edition.” (partialdiff)
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