GREASE: RISE OF THE PINK LADIES, A Prequel Series To ‘Grease,’ Is Now in Development At Paramount+


Rise of the Pink Ladies,” a prequel to the popular movie musical Grease, has been granted the go-light by Paramount+! The series will pick up four years after the events of the first film. “Before rock ‘n’ roll ruled before the T-Birds were the coolest in school, four fed-up, misfit girls dare to have fun on their own terms, unleashing a moral panic that will transform Rydell High forever,” according to the show’s concept. Annabel Oakes, the creator of the successful Netflix shows Atypical and Awkward, will executive produce the 10-episode series alongside Marty Bowen and Erik Feig.


The program was initially slated to be an HBOMax series called Grease: Rydell High, but it was canceled due to a change in management at the streaming service.

Grease: Summer Lovin‘,” a prequel to the Grease picture, is still in the works. Currently, Brett Haley is attached to direct.

Grease is a romantic comedy film from 1978, based on the 1971 musical of the same name. The film follows Danny Zuko, a greaser, and Sandy Olsson, an Australian transfer student, as they develop feelings for each other. Danny is played by John Travolta, and Sandy is played by Olivia Newton-John.

Grease has been adapted numerous times, including a Broadway revival in 2007, which debuted following the NBC reality series Grease: You’re THE ONE that I Want!, which brought Laura Osnes to the Broadway world. Grease: Live, a 2016 FOX television special featuring Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, and Vanessa Hudgens, was the most current live performance of Grease.


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