"Roseanne" is still considered by many fans and critics to be the ultimate representation of a blue-collar family sitcom. The show aired its final episode 20 years ago next month. However, Deadline Hollywood states that a revival in is the works that will feature much of the original cast from the 1990s classic show.

There is no word yet on whether the 10-episode limited-run series will air on network television or find a home on a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu. A production team is in place and the most valuable stars have already signed on to be a part of the reboot.

Barr, Goodman, Gilbert already on board

Back in March, John Goodman appeared on CBS' "The Talk", a daytime chat show co-hosted by Sara Gilbert, who played his youngest daughter on "Roseanne." The two were paired in a brief sketch that reunited their characters for the first time in over 20 years that quickly became a viral hit.

When asked on the show if he would be open to a possible revival of the 1990s sitcom, Goodman replied simply, "Oh, hell yes."

He later added, "Yeah, they’d have a lot more to deal with right now. But yeah, that would be a blast!"

According to Deadline's sources, both Goodman and Gilbert have already agreed to be a part of a rebooted series. Roseanne Barr will be back as both the titular star of the show and will serve as the show's Executive Producer.

Laurie Metcalfe, who is currently starring on Broadway in "A Doll's House, Part 2," is said to be close to reaching a deal to participate in the series. Johnny Galecki, who was a teenager when he originally starred on the show, may be difficult to pin down for the production of the short-run revival series as he currently stars as Dr.

Leonard Hofstadter on "The Big Bang Theory" and also has a pilot in the works at CBS.

The latest in a long line of series reboots

The announcement of a "Roseanne" reboot may be surprising to some but it is also just another in a line of repackaged old shows to hit the airwaves.

This year has already seen the announcement of a "Will & Grace" series revival on its original network, NBC, and both "24: Legacy" and "Prison Break" aired rebooted series on Fox in 2017.

Fox will also be airing a second series of the new "X-Files" series this fall.

Netflix has become the king of revived series in recent years, producing mainstream shows like "Fuller House" and "Gilmore Girls" to great success. In hopes of landing a different type of cult audience, earlier this year it launched a series reboot of the film "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" and will release a new version of a 1978 Japanese children's series called "Monkey" this fall.

No release date or production schedule has been released for "Roseanne" at this time.