prefer something for the USN in the Pacific.
The best is still 'Victory at Sea', but let's hope for the best.
But generally speaking on the idea of a Navy themed series (an idea which I would be in love with I should admit):
The major problem facing a Navy-centric miniseries is whom (and what) to focus on. Unlike the other, previously produced miniseries, it could be tough to decide what to include, and what to leave out. Naturally no one would be too happy if a Navy series left out Pearl Harbor; but that is a considerable investment to film for what amounts to one episode. Then of course, keeping up with the goings-on in the Atlantic and Pacific could make it tough for viewers to 'follow' a ship or crew.
Last but not least, who do you focus on? Destroyers and Submarines would be the ideal focus, but that leaves out the Naval Aviators, PT boats, BB's, Seabees, etc. It would be fun to see such a program though! I suspect the easiest way to start the series is in the Atlantic (we do not really need to see what happened at Pearl Harbor, just as we didn't need to see -and didn't- what happened at Iwo in the last series to put things in perspective). And then, perhaps after introducing the audience to the challenges of the 1941 'Neutrality Patrol' (sinking of the Reuben James) follow a character whose ship is transferred BACK to the Pacific thanks to the events at Pearl Harbor. That would open quite a few doors, what to include and what to leave out? The Submarine campaign; Java Sea; Coral Sea; Fall of the Philippines; Midway; the Naval battles off Guadalcanal; and so on. Like it or not, some of the vital duties and facets of the naval campaigns just won't interest most casual viewers; contrary to the hype about PT boats, they spent more time on barge interception patrols than racing around at full throttle sinking enemy capital ships. The duty was absolutely vital (and hair raising if you read about some of the missions), but not something the average viewer would find gripping, as say, the middle of the third naval battle off Guadalcanal where neither side really knew what was happening since it was happening so quickly. Starshells and flashes from rapid mounts on DD's and Cruisers as they flew in all directions would be something CGI could easily recreate, but again, WWII was a big war, as was the US Navy's part in it..so where does one focus for a linear narrative that is limited to perhaps a dozen episodes? It isn't an easy question to answer.
No matter what, I will be looking forward to a Navy version.. oh, and there again, there will be those who correctly point out such a Navy-centric program left out the vital (and dangerous) duties of the US Coast Guard and US Merchant Marines..although one of episodes could easily incorporate a convoy element. Sadly, you can't include everything in the limited time-frame allotted.