A Few Good MenYou can't handle the truth? Well, NBC can!

For its next live production, the network is teaming up with Aaron Sorkin to air a version of his stage play and movie in early 2017.

Sorkin made his professional debut writing "A Few Good Men," which opened on Broadway in 1989. Three years later, it was adapted into a movie starring Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, and Jack Nicholson. The story centers on a military trial, as lawyers defend Marines charged with murder.

"I am thrilled that Aaron Sorkin is coming back to NBC to adapt and produce a live broadcast of his electrifying play 'A Few Good Men,' which seems as timely as ever today," said NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt in a statement.

NBC has found success with its live productions, including "The Sound of Music Live" and "The Wiz Live." Its next live broadcast will be "Hairspray" this December. Sorkin will team up with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, the executive producers behind those previous live specials. This will be the network's first live drama production.

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A Few Good Men
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