In a highly competitive situation, Peacock announced a straight-to-series, 10-episode order for the new drama MRS. DAVIS, from Tara Hernandez (“The Big Bang Theory,” “Young Sheldon”) and Damon Lindelof, produced by Warner Bros. Television.
Tara Hernandez most recently served as a writer and co-executive producer of TV’s #1 comedy, “Young Sheldon.” She previously was a writer and co-executive producer on the long-running blockbuster hit comedy “The Big Bang Theory.” Damon Lindelof’s most recent television credits include the critically-acclaimed series “Watchmen” and “The Leftovers,” both of which he was co-creator and showrunner. Prior to that, Lindelof was co-creator and co-showrunner of the game-changing TV juggernaut LOST. His feature film credits include “Star Trek,” “Prometheus,” “World War Z,” and “Tomorrowland,” among others.
Though plot details are being kept under wraps, Peacock can confirm that the series is an exploration of faith versus technology — an epic battle of biblical and binary proportions.
Mrs. Hernandez had this to say about working on the series “In a year that has felt totally surreal, partnering with Damon to craft the world of MRS. DAVIS truly takes the cake. To have the support of Warner Bros., who championed our vision from the beginning, and to now have the perfect home at Peacock alongside Susan, Lisa, and the rest of their incredible team — I am at a loss for words. I promise to find them as we bring this wonderfully weird story to life.”
As of now, we do not have any date as to when the series will air.