Is it a hit? 'A League Of Their Own' comes back to the plate : Pop Culture Happy Hour The professional women's baseball team the Rockford Peaches were immortalized in the 1992 box office hit A League Of Their Own. Thirty years later, they're back in a new Amazon Prime series of the same name. Co-created by and starring Broad City alum Abbi Jacobson, the series showcases a new set of fictionalized characters, played by Chanté Adams, D'Arcy Carden, and more. While exploring queer themes and racial segregation, the show is a fresh take that both pays homage and stands on its own.

Is it a hit? 'A League Of Their Own' comes back to the plate

Is it a hit? 'A League Of Their Own' comes back to the plate

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Melanie Field, Abbi Jacobson and D'Arcy Carden star in the Amazon Prime series A League Of Their Own. Nicola Goode/Prime Video hide caption

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Melanie Field, Abbi Jacobson and D'Arcy Carden star in the Amazon Prime series A League Of Their Own.

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The professional women's baseball team the Rockford Peaches were immortalized in the 1992 box office hit A League Of Their Own. Thirty years later, they're back in a new Amazon Prime series of the same name. Co-created by and starring Broad City alum Abbi Jacobson, the series showcases a new set of fictionalized characters, played by Chanté Adams, D'Arcy Carden, and more. While exploring queer themes and racial segregation, the show is a fresh take that both pays homage and stands on its own.


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