Stop your HBO cancellation—there’s a fantastic new reason to pay for what you find illegally online. David Chase, creator of the long-running, critically acclaimed series The Sopranos, has signed on to develop a miniseries for the network. Named A Ribbon of Dreams, the plot follows two men—a cowboy and mechanical engineer—who become producers in 1913 during the infancy of Hollywood. The show will span the rise of silent films up to the present day as the characters interact with D.W. Griffith, John Wayne, Bette Davis, and Billy Wilder. Let the casting calls begin.