The King of Pop is coming back to the small screen.
Michael Jackson's music is being sought out for a new CBS TV special.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jackson's estate is teaming with the network for a new animated Halloween special that will make extensive use of his discography. It will be called Michael Jackson's Halloween and will take an hour-long look at millennials, Vincent (MacGyver star Lucas Till) and Victoria (The Flash film's Kiersey Clemons), who first meet on Halloween night and find themselves on an unexpected adventure, all culminating in a big final dance number that will feature an animated Jackson.
CBS has revealed that some big names will take on the voice roles, including Christine Baranski, Alan Cumming, Jim Parsons, Lucy Liu, George Eads and Brad Garrett.
Since Jackson's death in 2009, there are plenty of film and TV projects that have been released in connection with Jackson, most notably This Is It and a 25th anniversary special for his album, Bad.