Mitch Hurwitz by Kevin Parry/ WireImage.com Mitch Hurwitz by Kevin Parry/ WireImage.com

NBC thinks the '80s are Wonder-ful.

Looking to cash in on more old school remakes and spin-offs of the like, the Peacock has ordered a one-hour pilot for Lost in the '80s, described as an '80s version of The Wonder Years, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

There's good reason too - the series is the brainchild of Wonder Years writer-producer Bob Brush, who will executive produce the half-hour show with Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum and Mitch Hurwitz, he of Arrested Development fame.

'80s, also dubbed a cross between Fast Times at Ridgemont High and The Ice Storm, will confront the social issues of that era, in the same vein Wonder Years did to various social and historical events of the '60s.

No word yet on who's going to be its Kevin Arnold. - Joyce Eng