NBC has given a pilot order to Playboy, an hour-long drama set in the frisky world of 1960s Playboy clubs.

Chad Hodge wrote the script, which focuses on a group of women working as Playboy bunnies in the Chicago club. Playboy will use that as a jumping-off point to explore the nation's changing mores and the coming sexual revolution.

Twentieth Century Fox TV and Imagine TV are behind the project.

Playboy comes as network execs find themselves drawn to the time period of the 1960s (we love you Mad Men).

Starz recently gave a 10-episode order to Magic City, set in a fictional Miami Beach hotel in the late 1950s, when the Rat Pack played and Fidel Castro took power in Cuba, while ABC is developing Pan Am, centering on the airline's wild crew in the 1960s.