The library of content on Peacock is about to get more expansive as the streaming service announced that four projects are headed straight to series.

The announcement came during NBC Universal’s TCA presentation. The following four new projects are announced that are coming to Peacock.


New Series Heading To Peacock

Devil In Disguise: John Wayne Gacy comes from Showrunner / Writer / Executive Producer Patrick Macmanus (Dr. Death, The Girl From Plainville). The series “peels back the twisted layers of John Wayne Gacy’s life while weaving in the heartrending stories of his mostly gay victims; exploring the grief, guilt, and trauma of their families and friends; and exposing the systemic failures, missed opportunities and societal prejudices that fueled his reign of terror.” There’s no announced cast for the series so far,

About All Her Fault comes from Writer/Creator/Executive Producer Megan Gallagher (Wolf, Suspicion). The show is set in Chicago The show’s synopsis reads that “Marissa Irvine arrives at 14 Arthur Avenue, expecting to pick up her young son Milo from his first playdate with a boy at his new school. But the woman who answers the door isn’t a mother she recognizes. She isn’t the nanny. She doesn’t have Milo. And so begins every parent’s worst nightmare.” There’s no announced cast for this either.

An Untitled James Wan & Simu Liu Project comes from Creator / Writer / Executive Producer Thomas Brandon (Legacies). The show is described as “Five minutes in the future, a first-generation-American intelligence analyst Alexander Hale (Simu Liu) realizes his brain has been hacked, giving the perpetrators access to everything he sees and hears. Caught between his shadowy agency and the unknown hackers, he must maintain a performance 24/7 to flush out who’s responsible and prove where his allegiance lies.”

Finally, Mr. Throwback comes to us from Writers/Executive Producers David Caspe (Happy Endings, Black Monday); Matthew Libman, and Daniel Libman (Happy Endings, Champaign ILL). The series will be executive produced and star Stephen Curry and Adam Pally (Knuckles, Happy Endings). The show is described as being about “A down-on-his-luck memorabilia dealer looks for redemption by reuniting with his sixth-grade teammate, NBA legend Steph Curry.”

While we don’t have any information on when we can expect these shows to debut on Peacock, we’ll likely get more information in the months to come. Check back with That Hashtag Show for more information on these projects and all things Entertainment and Television.

Source: Peacock