The Rolling Stones will be the subject of a new limited series currently in the works at FX.

Per Deadline, the series will focus on the band’s earlier years from their initial formation up to 1972 chronicling their impressive album release run that included Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street. The period of time also includes the death of Brian Jones and the Stones’ infamous Altamont concert, however, how those moments will be handled is not currently known.

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Deadline notes, “FX boss John Landgraf said that they are in advanced talks for the project, which will be written by ‘High Fidelity’ author Nick Hornby, and is set for a two-season order.”

At the helm producing the series is Left Bank Pictures, which is best known for producing Netflix’s The Crown and Starz’ Outlander. A tentative production and release schedule is not currently known at this time.

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