Another beloved early '00s Disney Channel series is getting a reboot.

Lizzie McGuire was a classic coming-of-age show depicting the lives of awkward 13-year-old besties Lizzie, Miranda, and Gordo. The two seasons and spin-off movie have remained mainstays in early '00s pop culture. 

In the upcoming Disney+ reboot, Lizzie is 30 years old and living in Brooklyn working as an apprentice to a famous interior designer. Of course, Hilary Duff is back on as the titular character, but no other actors have confirmed their involvement as of yet. 

Everyone's best friend, Lizzie McGuire, is back on TV screens. 

"SURPRISE!!! I’ve been trying to contain this excitement for a loooong time while this has been in the works! I am beyond excited to be home again, back with my girl ♥️...and into her 30’s," Duff captioned this montage video. 

Plus, she shared that the Lizzie McGuire Movie, where the gang all travel to Italy for a school trip and watch Lizzie booty-pop onstage, will also be on the streaming service. 

Duff announced the news at the Disney+ event at the D23 Expo.

The creator of the series Terri Minsky joined Duff at the event to share that they are both on board for the reboot. According to Variety, Duff told the audiences that things have gone well for the suburban middle-schooler. 

"Lizzie has also grown up, she’s older, she’s wiser, she has a much bigger shoe budget. She has her dream job, the perfect life right now working as an apprentice to a fancy New York City decorator," she said. Plus, the 30-year-old has met "the perfect man, who owns a fancy restaurant."

The weekend was a blur for the former child star as she spoke at various press junkets about the upcoming series. 

McGuire told Good Morning America that the show meant everything to her, and was obviously what started her career. The 31-year-old kept it coy about what more to expect from the series, but did let fans know they should expect to be satisfied. "There's a lot of surprises in store, and I think everyone's dreams are going to be fulfilled," Duff said.

The mom of two was absolutely beaming, and clearly excited about the revival. 

Duff did point out in a red carpet interview with ET that she's a mom first, and needs to keep her family as a priority. But the busy working actor will continue to star in TV Land's Younger and begin filming the reboot soon. 

"I think it's going to be a little challenging, you know, Mom is my number one role in life, so I'm a little worried. But, we're going to make it all happen... I'll just keep juggling it," Duff said. 

It's been so long since Duff has played the part, she also revealed that she needs to relearn all of Lizzie's dramatic, iconic facial expressions. 

Duff also told ET that the chances of former stars of the show, like her once kid brother Matt (Jake Thomas), popping up are high. 

Duff kept it somewhat aloof, and said that "the possibilities are endless," but that "the chances are high" that former stars of the show, like Lalaine, who played Miranda Sanchez, and Adam Lamberg, who played Gordo, could show up in the series. Of course, Lizzie McGuire's inventive little brother Matt, played by Jake Thomas, could also be in the revival. While Lizzie has a new fiancé in New York, there's no way she could forget that pivotal kiss with her bestie, Gordo, in Italy. 

The trio of adork-able best friends are now grown-up, and fans have always theorized where they'd end up. 

Lalaine shared this throwback photo back in 2016, most likely before any hint of this idea had even started. Now the actors could be getting back together as adults re-creating their iconic characters. Lalaine has gone on to act in numerous movies and TV shows, whereas Lamberg has stepped out of the limelight after his child-actor days. 

Perhaps the most exciting part of the upcoming reboot is that animated 13-year-old Lizzie is back. 

Duff shared that it was important Lizzie's animated inner voice remained in those outspoken teenage years. While Lizzie's life is seemingly perfect at the start of the episode, by the end she receives some shocking news that starts the action of the revival series. 

Duff is thrilled to be back working on the show, and fans couldn't be more excited either. "Do I seem excited?! #LizzieMcGuire," Duff tweeted along with a picture at D23. And a fan replied with a gif of her animated self, "I AM SO HAPPY."