files/pictures/picture-35.jpgActivision announced that Ridley and Tony Scott are producing an online series titled FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHTS for Call of Duty Elite online service, writes The Hollywood Reporter
. The new series will be part of the service's premium offerings, which cost users $50 per year.
The premise will have top rivals, such as New York Yankee fans and Boston Red Sox fans, battle it out playing CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE 3. Celebrity battles will be featured as well.
In other programming news, Elite will also air the animated comedy series COCKED HAMMERS.
The programming will launch on Nov. 8 coinciding with the release of CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE 3.
The premium service also gives subscribers downloadable game content such as new multiplayer maps, new game modes and Spec Ops missions. Additionally, online tournaments will give gamers a chance to win prizes like iPads and Jeeps.