On Wednesday, Nickelodeon announced plans to bring back a new version of Double Dare, 25 years after the original series ended back in 1993. To this day, Double Dare still holds the record for the network's longest-running game show. The reboot will feature 40 new episodes.
Like the original, the Double Dare revival will feature two teams competing to win prizes by answering trivia questions, completing messy and physical stunts, and writhing through a difficult obstacle course featuring things like the human hamster wheel, gigantic human mouth, "the wringer," and the iconic Double Dare nose, complete with slimy boogers. It's still unclear whether original host Marc Summers will return to emcee things this time around, but the network says there will be "appearances from blasts from the past and stars from today," per a press release.