Another day, another classic television show about to be rebooted.

This time, it’s “Little House on the Prairie”, the wholesome TV hit that became one of television’s top-rated shows during its 1970s heyday.

Based on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s autobiographical novels about growing up in a farm outside Walnut Grove, Minnesota in the 1870s, the series ran from 1974 until 1983, starring Michael Landon as Charles “Pa” Ingalls and future Screen Actors Guild president Melissa Gilbert as his young daughter, Laura, a.k.a. “half-pint.”

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According to a report from Entertainment Weekly, Paramount Television and Anonymous Content (responsible for such series as “Homecoming”, “Dickinson” and “13 Reasons Why”) are mounting a TV reboot of the beloved series.

Trip Friendly — whose father, Ed, purchased the film and television rights books — will be executive producing.

“Fans are eager to see ‘Little House on the Prairie’ come back to the screen, and we agree the time is right,” Friendly told EW. “We feel optimistic that this will happen.”

The news of a “Little House” TV reboot comes after a 2016 report from The Hollywood Reporter that a movie was in development, plans which apparently fizzled.

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So far, one former member of the original “Little House” cast is throwing her hat into the ring to appear in the reboot.

“I’m just the right age to play Mrs. Oleson,” said Alison Arngrim, pitching herself to play the mother of her character in the original, conniving Nellie Oleson. “I’m totally there,” she joked. “I have no shame.”

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