'A League of Their Own', a reboot of the classic 'A Very Special Team', is RATED by critics;  Check out!

‘A League of Their Own’classic reboot series ‘A Very Special Team’come to the next Friday, August 12to the catalog of Prime Video – and is already being hailed by international critics.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the production won 88% approvalwith note 7.70/10 based on 25 reviews until the moment. According to the general consensus, the work “puts a twist on its premise, delivering a serialized expansion that dangerously tangs with anachronism but achieves success thanks to a stellar cast and a field full of possibilities.”

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“The eight-episode dramedy builds a diverse, three-dimensional world” – EW.

“A winning remake that updates the original film in all the right ways” – RogerEbert.com.

“Several scenes in the new series completely captivated me” – New York Magazine/Vulture.

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“In the end, you’ll be rooting for them all” – TV Insider.

“While the characters are familiar enough to please fans of the original, they are original enough creations to avoid stepping on the film’s toes” – TV Guide.

The cast is made up of Abbi Jacobson, Chanté Adams, Roberta Colindrez, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Kelly McCormack, Priscilla Delgado, Nick Offerman, D’Arcy carden, Dale Dickey, Alex Désert, Kendall Johnson, Aaron Jennings, Nat Faxon, Kevin Dunn, Don Fanelli, Nancy Lenehan, Marquise Vilsón and Marina Anderson.

Jacobson also joins as a writer and executive producer.

In an interview with Collider, Carden revealed that the production will be like a reimagining of the original 1992 film.

“I really think ‘reimagining’ is a good way to explain [a série]. They are not remaking it. It’s not the same characters, but it’s the same world. It’s women playing baseball in the 1940s, while the men are at war… We’re diving a little deeper into the narratives and expanding them. I’m in love,” she said.

The series is based on the 1990s feature film that brought in its cast Geena Davis, Lori Petty, Rosie O’Donnell, Madonna and Tom Hanks. Directed by penny marshallthe work revolved around two sisters who played in the Rockford Peaches women’s league, in the United States, during World War II.

The film was well received by critics, winning 78% approval at the Rotten Tomatoesin addition to having collected more than 132 million dollars at the worldwide box office.

Amazon’s production will begin with the formation of the league in question in 1943 and will show the team’s difficulties in staying eager and alive for the games.

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