Cruel Intentions fans, listen up. There may be a TV remake in the works!

NBC has purchased a script for a follow-up series based on the 1999 teen drama which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, Reese Witherspoon, and Ryan Phillippe, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

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The reboot will be set in present day, centering on Bash Casey, the 16-year-old son of Phillippe and Witherspoon's characters, Sebastian Valmont and Annette Hargrove.

What?!

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So he was obviously conceived before Sebastian's tragic death, but we still have A LOT of questions…

In the potential series, Casey discovers his father's journal, where he learns of Sebastian's former fortune. Determined to uncover more about his family's history that he never knew about until now, he leaves Kansas to attend Brighton Preparatory Academy in San Francisco. Much like his father, he becomes entangled in a world of sex, money and power.

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The film's original writer and director, Roger Kumble, will reportedly direct the pilot and co-write the series, with help from producer Neal H. Moritz and executive producers Lindsey Rosin and Jordan Ross, who were responsible for "The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions."

Earlier this month, ET caught up with Gellar, where she revealed she's still great friends with the cast, most notably Witherspoon, because their sons have become besties.