Supermarket Sweep is heading back to our TV screens, it has been reported.
The ITV game show, hosted by the late Dale Winton, was HUGE in the 90s but finished on TV for the first time in 2001.
A one-year revival then aired in 2007 and now, a decade on from that, the show is said to be on its way back again.
The first plans were revealed last year, before original host Dale's untimely death earlier this year.
The Daily Mirror reports that TV makers are going ahead with the show's comeback.
And rumour has it that Rylan Clark-Neal could be in line to takeover as host.
He seemingly let slip the news by posting part of a poster in a photo to Twitter.
"It's time to go wild in the aisles once more as the classic Supermarket Sweep returns bigger, funnier, and wilder than ever before!" read the piece of paper in the snap.
Last year, TV production company FremantleMedia announced they had acquired the rights to the show and planned to beginning airing it again in 2018.
Vasha Wallace, EVP, Global Acquisitions and Development, said: "The time is ripe to bring back this all-time favourite gameshow which has travelled with such success over the years. Now, modern technology allows us the opportunity to update the show, making it relevant for a 21st century audience.
"It is a great addition to this year's MIPCOM slate and given the interest we've had already we're confident that everyone will be as excited for its return as we are."
Freemantle is behind a number of huge TV shows including the likes of All Star Family Fortunes, Take Me Out, Celebrity Juice and QI.