Heads up, Pitches! A Pitch Perfect series is officially on the way over at Peacock.
Pitch Perfect fans who missed Bumper’s presence in the final installment of the hit film franchise can officially look forward to seeing more of the character.
According to Variety, Peacock has ordered an all new Pitch Perfect series which will find Adam Devine returning to reprise his role as former Trebelmaker alum, Bumper Allen.
Devine co-starred in the first two installments of the musical comedy franchise, though was notably absent from the third, which found the Barden Bellas banding together to compete on the world stage.
The all new Peacock series is set to pick back up with Bumper a few years following the events of the final movie. The series is set to center on the character’s move to Germany in an effort to revive his music career after one of his singles becomes a huge hit in Berlin.
Devine isn’t the only Pitch Perfect alum set to return for the upcoming Peacock series.
Also on board to participate is Elizabeth Banks, who starred in and served as a producer on all three of the movies, in addition to serving as director for the sequel.
For the Peacock series, Banks will serve as an executive producer on the project alongside Max Handleman, Paul Brooks, Scott Neimeyer, and Devine himself.
Megan Amram will write the series in addition to serving as showrunner and executive producer.
Currently, there’s no word one when we might expect the Pitch Perfect series to premiere via Peacock.