Remember the early-Noughties and MTV Cribs? Weren't they great? Well, good news. One of them is back.
Yes, the show famous for exploring the houses of the famous is making a return. Though it won't be for TV, because what are we, 50? It's going to be exclusive to Snapchat.
Viacom, who owns MTV, have made the leap to the app to make the format fit for a younger audience, who probably don't even recall the show when it first aired in 2000.
The move is an indictment of younger people's preference for shorter, more quickly-accessible and personable content than a 22-minute TV show.
Set to debut in June, the reboot has already lined up A-list megastars like Mac Miller, Austin Mahone and Travis Mills.
It's going to be a tough battle attempting to outdo the original series, which ran from 2000 to 2011. How are you going to beat Missy Elliot's fish-tank arm rests? The spacious, lavish gaffs? The Snapchat remake will apparently be a more "intimate experience."
Arguably the most popular episode of the series starred Mariah Carey, in which she gave a tour of her New York Penthouse, stopping at one stage to go run and then bathe in her fucking bath.
Will you get that with Austine Mahone, whoever the fuck he is? Will Mac Miller showing off his fridge be the same as Lil Wayne doing it, or should Cribs have been left in the vaults of the millennium, along with a lot of people that featured in it?
The celebs will be in full-control now it's going to Snapchat. Instead of kicking the camera crew out of their house, they'll live feed their entire day. Do MTV not know how vain some of these people are?
MTV also plans to do a series called 'Pants Off' through Snapchat that focuses on sex and relationships.
Users can fuse video advice from the host, gifs and celebrity interviews into a single 'linear program'.
This show is set to air weekly from May 14th.
Words by Josh Teal