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April 03, 2015 03:40 PM

The current wave of nostalgic reboots shows no signs of stopping.

The latest beloved series fans could get the chance to revisit? The Muppet Show, which has a remake in the works at ABC, PEOPLE can confirm.

As first reported by TVLine, The Big Bang Theory‘s executive producer Bill Prady will co-write and executive produce the project, tentatively titled Muppets 2015, and a pilot presentation will take place next month.

The project is in good hands – not only did Prady co-create one of the most successful shows on television, he’s no stranger to the Muppets, either; he worked as a writer on The Jim Henson Hour in 1989 and on The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson in 1990, as well as several other Muppet-related projects.

Not much is known about the finer details of the reboot, but a log line obtained by TVLine reads: “The Muppets excitedly gather at ABC for a meeting about the new Muppet Show. However, the show will not move forward unless Miss Piggy signs on.”

No better time than now for a nostalgic reboot; reportedly in the works at Netflix is a Full House update.

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