College life is the most memorable and significant phase of one’s life. You make friends, discover your interests, make enemies, find love, and even take your academic knowledge a step further. Your successful college life paves your way for a bright future. There are numerous Hollywood films and shows that give the audience insight into college life. Many of these series/films have one thing in common – rivalry between two colleges.
Be it in sports or academic or cultural programs, both the colleges thrive on being the best. Jason Moore’s 2012 directorial venture Pitch Perfect is one of these shows. Initially released as a film series, it was renewed as a television series in September 2021, with Elizabeth Banks taking charge as the producer.
Pitch Perfect TV Show – What We Know So Far
Based on Mickey Rapkin’s non-fiction novel of the same name, Pitch Perfect revolves around an all-girls musical choir of Georgia’s Barden University. The choir, who goes by the name The Barden Bellas, is constantly at loggerheads with their rival team – The Barden Treblemakers, an all-boys musical chorus of the same university. Both the teams are competing to win the Nationals. Who will win the coveted Nationals trophy? Watch the series to figure out the answer.
The three-part film series Pitch Perfect is already a massive hit among the audience. The film series was received positively by the audience, and it will be interesting to see how the tv series will turn out. Here’s everything we know about the tv series so far.
Jason Moore’s directorial Pitch Perfect, released as a television series, will premiere on Peacock. However, the actual release date of the series is still not confirmed. As of now, Peacock has not issued any release schedule of the series.
Currently, the makers have roped in Adam Devine to reprise his role as Bumper Allen. The rest of the cast is still a mystery. However, considering the popularity of the franchise’s original cast, the makers might consider bringing back the original cast for reprising their respective roles.
The series will pick up years after the film ended, the prime focus being on alum Bumper Allen. Former leader of The Treblemakers, Allen fell in love with rival team member Fat Amy. Years after leaving Barden University, Allen tries to focus on his music career. Soon, he realized that one of his songs became a hit in Berlin, so he dedicated himself to moving to Germany to give his music career another chance. Will he be successful, or there’s no hope for Allen in Music? Let’s wait for the show’s premiere to know the answers.
In September 2021, Megan Amram was roped in as the writer and showrunner of the television series after Peacock was ordered to telecast the rebooted version of Pitch Perfect. Currently, the show is under the pre-production stage, and the cast and title are yet to be decided. Considering the present scenario, the tentative release date is difficult to determine.
Producer Elizabeth Banks’ Pitch Perfect film series was lauded for its engaging screenplay, witty writing, and amazing cast performance. The series was a massive success among the audience, and adapting it to a television series is a big challenge for the makers. Here’s hoping that makers are up for it and can recreate the same magic once again. Stay tuned for more.