Remember Robot Wars? The BBC show in which robots, painstakingly made by nerdy kids and their dads in a garage in Surrey, were DESTROYED within seconds?
Well, it's coming back to the BBC.
The BBC said in a statement on Wednesday that it had commissioned a six-part series from Mentorn Scotland, which will be filmed in a purpose-built "fighting arena" in Glasgow.
In exciting news for fans of robot violence, there will be more robots and "more science" than before.
"The new series includes a raft of technological advances since the show first aired over a decade ago, and viewers can expect to see more innovative fighting machines as teams of amateur roboteers battle it out to win the coveted Robot Wars title," the BBC said.
The BBC wouldn't confirm any other details, such as when it might appear on our screens.
The original show ran from 1998 to 2001, before Channel 5 ran it between 2003 and 2004. It went on to be a hugely successful TV format and international versions were made in dozens of countries.
There were rules to the show, involving "the pit", "immobilisation", and so on, but it was basically robots hitting each other. If you're too young to remember it, this is what all TV was like in the '90s.
There has been no word yet on whether Red Dwarf actor-turned-DJ Craig Charles will reprise his role as the show's host.
The robots people made for the show were really impressive.
If you want to get on the show, you'd better start building.
Patrick Smith is a senior reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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