A TV show about the Beatles and their legacy is being developed for ABC NewsNow.
The network announced the development Wednesday.
It is based on a show called MicromAX, which premiered on MTV in 2012 and was produced by the group’s longtime producer, John Cusack.
The show will air on ABC News, but the name has yet to be announced.
The first episode of the show will debut in early 2018, the Journal reported.
The new show will explore the group, the songwriting process and the creation of the classic album Led Zepplin.
“The show will be a celebration of the incredible music history of Led Zepps, and we are thrilled to bring it to ABC news NOW,” said Steve DeMoro, CEO of MicromA, which will create a new program focused on the group.
The group, which formed in 1967, released their first album, Live At Leeds, in 1970.
They followed up with another album, Let It Be, in 1973 and a fourth album, Rubber Soul, in 1976.
The album became a hit with young listeners and won them many Grammy awards.
They had a string of number-one albums including 1967’s Let It Break and 1969’s Rubber Soul.