Disney is hoping to bring its theme parks to life in a brand new way with a project reportedly in the works at Disney+. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the man behind 2004’s Battlestar Galactica reboot and For All Mankind, Ron Moore, is developing a Magic Kingdom franchise for the streaming service.

The first project in the works as part of the so-called Magic Kingdom Universe is The Society of Explorers and Adventurers, a fictional organization developed as part of the mythology of Disney’s parks around the world. SEA was first created for Japan’s Tokyo DisneySea to give a richer backstory to certain attractions. However, nods to the group of characters can now be found at a variety of Disney parks, as well as on the cruise line.

Per THR, the series would explore certain Disney parks characters and be set in a reality where the various themed lands of the parks–and the people in them–are real. Sort of like Tomorrowland, but with less George Clooney and more of a connection to the actual Tomorrowland.

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