Rosie O’Donnell is stepping back into the batter’s box—at least kinda.

The original 1992 Star. A League of Their OwnEntertainment Weekly claims that O’Donnell will star in the upcoming Prime Video adaptation.

O’Donnell, who played Rockford Peach third basewoman Doris Murphy in the movie, won’t be picking up any baseball bats in the TV show. Instead, she will play a bar owner named Vi, described by Entertainment Weekly as a “warm, gregarious fan of the Rockford Peaches” who eventually “crosses paths with [Abbi] JacobsonCarson,’s catcher, welcomes Carson into her orbit.”

Additionally, Broad City‘s Jacobson, who co-created the show with Will Graham, the highly-anticipated series stars D’Arcy CardenChanté AdamsRoberta Colindrez, Kate Berlant and Nick Offerman.

Coming 30 years after the premiere of the beloved film—which also starred Tom Hanks, MadonnaAnd Geena Davis—the streamer promises the series “takes a deeper look at raceAnd sexuality, following the journey of a whole new ensemble of characters as they carve their own paths towards the field, both in the league and outside of it.”