It was one of the most iconic TV shows of the '90s, spawning a trend of red swimsuits and slo-mo running on beaches and making some of its stars household names across the globe.

Now, 'Baywatch' is reportedly being rebooted for the 21st century, 25 years after the last episode aired.

The original show, which followed the action-packed lives of a group of lifeguards on a Californian beach, featured the likes of David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson, David Charvet and Yasmine Bleeth and ran for 11 seasons from 1989 to 1999.

Although there have been various spin-off series - including 'Baywatch Nights' (1995-1997) and 'Baywatch: Hawaii' (1999-2001) - and even a movie adaptation which bombed in 2017, none have matched the success of the original series - which was once the most-watched series in the world.

Now, reports suggest that a reboot will run on Fox, and will be written by showrunner Lara Olsen ('Spinning Out') and produced by the original team. Whether we see some old faces or not, however, is another matter.

The official description of the reboot reads: "Daring ocean rescues, pristine beaches, and iconic red bathing suits are back, along with a whole new generation of Baywatch lifeguards, who navigate complicated, messy personal lives in this action-packed reboot that demonstrates there's the family you're born into and the family you find."