Do you like Green Eggs and Ham? Do you want more of Sam-I-Am?
If so, you're in luck! Netflix has given the green light — no pun intended — to a 13-episode Green Eggs and Ham series, based on the Dr. Seuss classic rhyming picture book.
In the new series, a standoffish inventor, Guy, and Sam-I-Am take off on a cross country trip that will test the limits of their friendship. They'll learn new things, find out what adventure brings! We don't know who they will meet, but we know what they'll eat!
Green eggs and ham, of course! (Were you expecting sautéed zorse?)
Cindy Holland, vice president of original content for Netflix, said in a statement: "We think this will be a hit/ Green Eggs and Ham is a perfect fit/ for our growing slate of amazing stories/ available exclusively in all Netflix territories.
"You can stream it on a phone. You can stream it on your own. You can stream it on TV. You can stream it globally."
The production hails from Ellen DeGeneres' A Very Good Production, marking their first deal for a streaming series, in addition to A Stern Talking To and Gulfstream Television in association with Warner Bros. TV.
DeGeneres, who will also serve as an executive producer, made the announcement on her show (with her own rhymes):