Thunderbirds will be 'go' once again after ITV announced plans to give the show a digital re-invention ready for 2015.
The revival will mark 50 years since the classic puppet series, which was filmed at Slough Trading Estate, was first launched by co-creators Gerry and Sylvia Anderson.
ITV will show 26 episodes of the new CGI series, given the working title of Thunderbirds Are Go!, in a collaboration with New Zealand-based Pukeko Pictures and Weta Workshop, which produced effects for the Lord of the Rings films.
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