Peter Pan Drama from Secret Circle EP in the Works at Fox

The League of Pan Fox

The Lost Boys might have found a new home.

Fox has given a script order to The League of Pan, a modern-day take on the children’s classic Peter Pan, our sister site Deadline reports.

The mystery drama is set in Los Angeles and centers on the Lost Boys — now men — 15 years after leaving Neverland. The estranged gang must work together to figure out who wants to do them harm after someone starts thinning their ranks.

Andrew Miller (The Secret Circle) will write the script and will executive-produce with 20th Century Fox TV and Imagine Television.

League of Pan is the second Neverland-tinged project coming down the pike; NBC will air its Allison Williams-led Peter Pan Live! musical in December.

 

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9 Comments
  1. Ray says:

    Andrew Miller ran The Secret Circle into the ground. Once Kevin Williamson left to work and develop other series, the show never recovered creatively. I don’t think Miller should helm any projects. He’s a sideline player at best.

    • iMember says:

      Nope. You couldn’t be more wrong. The Secret Circle was so strong creatively and overall in its second half of the season.

      • Ray says:

        That’s your opinion, which many do not share. I read an interview in which Miller revealed his season 2 plans for the show with Cassie and Adam going “dark” and I’m almost relieved the show was canceled so it could not circle the drain any further.

        • Kevin says:

          um I agree that while the secret circle was never a strong show, the 2nd half was way better. And please stop giving kevin williamson so much credit, he’s good, but not that good. Look at his show the following, even when he’s there, it’s a huge mess.

          • Dmac says:

            Exactly. People seem to think of KW like he is the savior of shows, which is far from true. He leaves arround season 3 to most if not all of his shows, what show runner does that. Let’s face it the one he stayed the longest on Dawson’s Creek became an ode to Joey and it became unwatchable. The
            Following is awful and his newest Stalker is a two season tops kind of a show.

          • Ray says:

            I agree that the show improved from its pilot, but only until the episode where Cassie relives the past and learns what happens to their parents. That whole “reveal” was so badly conceived and executed, and it was all downhill from there. Williamson left before this point in the series, and the rest was all Andrew Miller’s doing.

  2. wrstlgirl says:

    Hmmmmmm

  3. Ram510 says:

    What is wrong with Fox

  4. Letti says:

    Umm I don’t know about this…But I miss Secret Circle so much. It was a big favourite for me.