Clueless is on Netflix now and we’re totally buggin’.
The streaming service first confirmed the imminent arrival of the iconic ’90s movie last month.
Clueless follows Cher Horowitz, a 15-year-old high-school student, who tries to boost the popularity of Tai, the new girl at school.
However, “affairs of the heart” soon get in the way – and Cher soon ends up navigating the pitfalls of dating and popularity in high school.
Clueless starred Alicia Silverstone as Cher; Stacey Dash and Dionne; and Brittany Murphy as Tai.
Paul Rudd played Cher’s former stepbrother Josh, while Donald Faison played Dionne’s boyfriend Murray.
The news comes a few months after reports of a Clueless reboot emerged.
The project is like “Mean Girls meets Riverdale meets a Lizzo music video” and – much like the original film – would be set in high school.
According to Deadline, the series would look at what happens when queen bee Cher disappears and her best pal and life-long right hand woman, Dionne, takes her place.
But how does she deal with the pressures of being the most popular girl in school, while also trying to uncover the mystery of what happened to Cher?
It wouldn’t be the first time that Cher, Dionne et al. hit the small screen, either.
In 1996, there was a half hour comedy series Clueless, created by the film’s original writer and director Amy Heckerling. It ran for a total of three seasons.