The Magic School Bus became a lovable television show when it debuted back in September of 1994. It took school teacher Ms. Frizzle and her class on various adventures on a magical school bus learning about different science topics and how they relate first-hand. Now, after 20 years, the beloved series is coming back to our screens bigger and better than ever before.Netflix will beoverseeing The Magic School Bus reboot project. Talks about the project started in 2014. The reboot will bring in the new generation with all new animation styles and technologies. Children will still get to experience and learn science and technology as it relates to them. It’s no surprise that Ms. Frizzle, her class of science gurus and their magical gravity-defying school bus are back in town, as they get to show a new generation what it’s like discover things first hand.Producer Stu Stone, who also lend his voice talents as Ralphie in the ‘90s show stated that many of the original cast have signed onto the project. Not only that but viewers should expect some secret celebrity cameos throughout the series as well. “There are tons of cameos planned. I know that there are big stars who want to be involved in this. And there’s a whole generation of people who grew up on this series that want to be a part of it now that it’s back," he said.Celebrity cameos have been a big part of the show ever since the beginning. Celebrities who have participated in the show include Swoosie Kurtz, Rosalind Chao, Edward James Olmos, Eartha Kitt, Carol Channing, Dolly Parton, Malcolm McDowell and Dan Marino. No official cast has been announced, as Netflix has been keeping everything, including the premiere date of the reboot, heavily under wraps.We can't wait to see what they have in store for this reboot!