If you miss eagerly awaiting the next episode of the well-loved gambling game show, Deal or No Deal, then you're in luck.
Deal or No Deal will be returning to our screens following its seven-year hiatus and will now be broadcast by ITV.
The show, in which contestants choose from a selection of boxes that each contain different cash values whilst being made offers by the mysterious 'Banker' throughout, has been given the green light from the commercial broadcaster to go ahead with a full series following a pilot of the game show.
The show is set to be produced by Remarkable, part of the Banijay UK production group.
The original Deal or No Deal series was presented by Noel Edmonds aired for over a decade before being axed in 2016 after a mighty 3,000 episodes and 11 years on the telly. Channel 4 made the decision to pull the plug as it just didn't 'get the ratings it used to'.
In For a Penny presenter Stephen Mulhern is set to host the reboot.
Edmonds featured in a plethora of daytime TV shows before his decade-long reign on Deal or No Deal, including 1991 light entertainment series Noel's House Party.
If you're old enough to remember (or, luckily, young enough to forget) this was the birthplace of the infamously terrifying and godawful 'Mr. Blobby' - a pink and yellow blancmange-shaped character that topped the UK Christmas charts in 1993.
The revival of Deal or No Deal comes as part of a long list of UK TV reboots, with ITV also bringing back Big Brother and the BBC now showing other British classics from times gone by including Gladiators and The Weakest Link.
New Deal or No Deal host Stephen Mulhern is most noted for his appearances on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and for presenting another rebooted British daytime-TV staple, Catchphrase.
When discussing the potential of the show returning, Mulhern said "Are they talking about it? The answer is yes.
"Would I love to host it? Yes, without fail. It’s one of the best game shows ever created."
We're eager to see how long this stint of the show will last and whether the contestants can beat the whopping £40,000,000 in prize money which was dished out before its hiatus.
Despite the huge figure, only nine contestants ever won the £250,000 jackpot. ITV is yet to set a date for the show's return.
LADbible has contacted ITV for comment.