SINGAPORE - Beloved Chinese palace drama My Fair Princess (Huanzhu Gege) will be getting yet another reboot.
The news was announced by Taiwanese writer and creator of the show Chiung Yao at a press event in China, who said that she would act as consultant on the series.
She said: "This time around, My Fair Princess will be produced in collaboration with Tencent Pictures. We hope that we will be able to tell this familiar love story in a way that appeals to young people."
Other than the television series reboot, the story will also be used for a new video game as well as an animation series.
The original My Fair Princess (1998 - 1999) was a huge hit across Asia, and endeared audiences to the cast which included Zhao Wei, Fan Bingbing, Ruby Lin and Alec Su.
Set in the 18th-century Qing Dynasty, the costume drama follows the story of the innocent Xiaoyanzi (Zhao), who becomes a princess by accident after befriending the emperor's illegitimate daughter Ziwei (Lin).
The story got a reboot in 2011, but that version failed to match the success of the original.
The latest version is expected to air sometime next year (2019).