The screen legend that is Angela Lansbury is going to make a big comeback to our TV screens very soon.
For the first time in 12 years the 91-year-old actress is going to reappear on the small screens in our homes to entertain and delight us.
She has been cast in the BBC’s new adaptation of the classic novel Little Women alongside Michael Gambon.
Michael Gambon is famous, among many other roles, for playing Professor Albus Dumbledore in some of the Harry Potter movies.
Fans are excited to see the face of Dumbledore acting alongside Angela, as the two talents are sure to make great viewing.
Angela will be playing the part of Aunt March in the new Little Women series, which is due to air in 2018.
The character of Aunt March is a wealthy matriarch figure in charge of four young sisters who are between childhood and adulthood.
Other actors who have been cast in the show include Emily Watson, Willa Fitzgerald and Annes Elwy.
Little Women was an iconic novel that was published in 1869.
It tells the tale of four young sisters struggling their way into adulthood, dealing with the hardships and stresses of adult life and all separated by the different situations they end up in.
In the late 19th century it was a revolutionary book which inspired millions of young girls, and has remained a classic to this day.
Oscar winning Angela has starred in many films and TV programmes including Nanny McPhee, Law & Order and Murder, She Wrote.
She is also famous for her voice, as she has leant it to cartoon characters such as Mrs Potts in Beauty and the Beast, and The Dowager Empress Marie in Twentieth Century Fox’s Anastasia.
The last time she appeared on television was 12 years ago in Law And Order: Special Victims Unit.