Syfy is developing a new limited series, titled The League of Pan, following the adventures of Peter Pan, Wendy Darling and The Lost Boys in their later years. Per Gamespot, Syfy is putting their faith, trust, and a whole lotta’ pixie dust into the new series, which will serve as a “thrilling and mysterious” sequel to the original Peter Pan story, picking up with the fabled characters after ten years on the mainland. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2018/05/29/peter-pan-exclusive-clip-from-65th-anniversary-edition”] “Now grown up and estranged, Wendy Darling and The Lost Boys must return to Neverland to face a new evil that threatens the very existence of the magical place they once called home, reigniting bitter rivalries and unearthing twisted secrets from their past. The fantastical series explores the painful truths of growing up and the realization that ‘going home’ is never quite as simple as you think,” the series description reads. Brian McCauley Johnson will write and produce the fantasy-drama series, described by Bill McGoldrick, President of Original Content for NBCUniversal, as “an original take on the classic,” setting the limited series in “uncharted lands, making for new adventures and showcasing these characters like you’ve never seen them before.” [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=the-25-best-disney-animated-movies&captions=true”] This isn’t Syfy’s first flight to the mystical island. In 2011, the channel aired Neverland, a miniseries that presented itself as a prequel to the classic fairytale. Other notable live-action adaptations of J.M. Barrie’s beloved story include Steven Spielberg’s Hook and Joe Wright’s recent prequel, Pan, which provided an alternative origin story for the characters. The League of Pan is just one of several new series currently in the works at Syfy, as it was recently announced that they had placed a straight-to-series order for a live-action Chucky spinoff series from Don Mancini, the writer and director of the original Child’s Play horror franchise. The release dates for The League of Pan and Chucky have yet to be announced. Stay tuned to IGN for all of the latest details. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Adele Ankers is a Freelance Entertainment Journalist. You can reach her on Twitter.