TV and Movies·Posted on Sep 8, 2020"The Golden Girls" Is Being Reimagined With A Glamorous All-Black Cast, And This Is What I Needed To Hear TodayFinally, some good news in 2020!by Morgan SlossBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Unless you live under a freaking rock, you've heard of The Golden Girls. You know, the show starring national treasure Betty White. Touchstone Television / Courtesy Everett Collection The beloved sitcom is now getting a makeover from some of our favorite actors, including Tracee Ellis Ross! Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images Tracee posted this cute video on Instagram: We're looking at a pic of the OG cast, then bam! The heads of the new all-Black cast are photoshopped right onto the older women's bodies. View this photo on Instagram Tracee Ellis Ross / Via Instagram: @traceeellisross Fans of the show might remember a problematic episode where characters wore facial masks that resembled blackface during a scene discussing race. Hulu removed the episode at the request of the distributor, Disney-ABC Domestic Television. Based on Tracee's post, it looks like she'll be playing Rose —my personal favorite! Rich Fury / Getty Images / Touchstone Television / Courtesy Everett Collection It seems like Regina King will be playing the ever-sassy Dorothy. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images / Touchstone Television / Courtesy Everett Collection Alfre Woodard looks like she'll take over the role of traditional Sophia. Vivien Killilea / Getty Images / Touchstone / Courtesy Everett Collection And it appears Sanaa Lathan will be our new lovable Blanche! Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images / Touchstone Television / Courtesy Everett Collection According to the registration page, the first episode will be "spotlighting and supporting Color of Change – the nation's largest online racial justice organization," and I'm here for it! Tracee Ellis Ross / instagram.com Thankfully, it seems like more episodes will be coming in the future, so stay tuned for that! The first episode airs tonight on Zoom at 6 p.m. PT. You can watch for free by signing up here.