Producer Jerry Bruckheimer arrives for the World Premiere of the Disney animated film G-Force at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California, July 19, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

NBC is back in business with producer Jerry Bruckheimer.

An untitled action procedural from Bruckheimer and writer Jennifer Johnson, which garnered interest from several networks, has received a pilot commitment from the Peacock.

The project, from Warner Bros. TV and Bruckheimer TV, tells the stories of a team charged with making sure fugitive criminals don't evade justice.

Johnson, an executive producer on CBS' Cold Case, another WBTV/Bruckheimer procedural, is writing the script.

The project reunites Bruckheimer TV and NBC after the 2005 military drama E-Ring.

The company has eight series on the air, including freshmen Miami Trauma on CBS and The Forgotten on ABC.

Johnson, whose series credits also include ABC's Lost and NBC's Providence, joined Case four years ago as a supervising producer and last season rose to co-showrunner with Greg Plageman.