Catherine Hardwicke's 2005 movie on the 1970s SoCal skateboarding scene is getting the TV treatment. Skateboard icon Stacy Peralta wrote the film after directing the 2001 Sean Penn-narrated documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys on his Zephyr skateboard team that competed in Santa Monica and Venice, making skateboarding a popular sport among teens in the 1970s. Written by Queen Sugar and 13 Reasons Why writer Kat Candler, Lords of Dogtown is a "one-hour ensemble-drama about the 1970s skateboarding scene in Southern California, centered around a hell-raising teenage girl growing up in the foster care system," per Deadline. "She falls in with a crowd of skaters who idolize the famed Zephyr Skateboard Team." The Shield creator Shawn Ryan will serve as executive producer, along with Hardwicke.