While NBC’s live telecast of The Sound of Music provided plenty of fodder for Twitter, it also proved to be a commercial success for the network. It’s moving ahead with a live version of Peter Pan to air next month, but now the network is looking at material outside of musicals—namely a very, very good play. Variety reports that NBC is “in the early stages” of developing a live telecast of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. The scribe’s Broadway play was famously adapted into a film in 1992 by director Rob Reiner with Sorkin penning the script, and now the network is apparently talking with Sorkin about having the West Wing creator and Social Network scribe rework the play once again for a new telecast. More after the jump.