Up until its finale in 2008, Trading Spaces was one of the most popular home design shows on television.
The show popularized the home makeover reality TV sub-genre and inspired a craze that filled our screens in the early 2000s.
If you've been missing the beloved show then get ready to freak out because TLC announced on Tuesday that a reboot is in the works and it will premiere in 2018!
According to People.com, the network's president and general manager, Nancy Daniels, shared the news at the Discovery Communications Upfront, "I am excited to announce that TLC's most successful and most iconic series . . . Trading Spaces is coming back."
TLC confirmed that the show will stick to it's original format and $1,000 per room budget but details about which of the cast will return has not been revealed.
The series originally starred Paige Davis as a host and a crew of rotating designers including Ty Pennington, Genevieve Gorder, Frank Bielec, Hildi Santo-Tomas and Vern Yip.
Since 2018 is still quite some time away, here's what some of the show's cast look like 9 years after the series ended.
You can check out the rest of the original cast in this Toofab.com gallery.
Are you excited about the Trading Spaces reboot?