The streaming service has given a 13-episode order to the hour-long modern-day update of the video game Frogger, which will feature "12 obstacle courses — or what the streamer is calling 'crossings' — that are individually physically demanding challenges based on the original video game, as well as some other nostalgic favorite games," per Variety. "These challenges range from dodging traffic to leaping over snapping alligators to hopping over hungry hippos. However, the show is not solely physical: contestants will also have their strategy and problem-solving smarts tested with these challenges." Peacock describes Frogger as being “wild and whimsical,” filled with “all the simple but challenging elements of the mega-hit” game franchise on the small screen. “We always say we want to delight and surprise our audience,” says Jenny Groom, NBC Universal's vice president of unscripted content. “We use those two words a lot in our programming and trying to find ways to do that across the board.” Frogger debuted in 1981 with the objective of the game is to guide a frog to each of the empty "frog homes" at the top of the screen.