Looking like a blend of far too many high school movies to count, but still something we'd 100% watch with our girlies, it's the trailer for one of Netflix's latest teen offerings.

Except it's not a teen who's leading the cast. 'Senior Year' will see Rebel Wilson return to high school to finish her degree, following a freak accident that left her in a coma for 20 years.

A popular cheerleader back in the day, following her two decades in the hospital, Stephanie wakes up as a 37-year-old woman and is ready to claim the prom queen crown she's always wanted.

Of course, not everything is going to go to plan for the '80s kid, as she'll have to adapt to new pop stars (Lady Gaga), new pop culture (eight more 'Fast & Furious' movies) and also the new ways that students treat each other in high school in the modern day ("Where do the popular kids sit?").

Plus, is that a Britney Spears reenactment of '(You Drive Me) Crazy' we see in the final moments of the trailer? Consider us interested.

Giving off serious 'Mean Girls' meets 'Easy A' and maybe some 'Legally Blinde' vibes thrown in for good measure, here's the trailer for 'Senior Year' with Rebel Wilson.

Angourie Rice (the 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' franchise) will play a teenage Stephanie, while Zoë Chao, Sam Richardson, Justin Hartley, Chris Parnell and Alicia Silverstone from another popular high school comedy, 'Clueless', will round out the cast.

This is the first feature film for Wilson since her incredible weight loss journey. Back in 2020, the 42-year-old posted on social media that she was on a "health mission"; this is also her first film since the cat-astrophic mess that was 'Cats' of 2019.

'Senior Year' streams on Netflix from May 13.