Andy Halls, the tv editor for The Sun, has reported that bosses at ITV have signed a multi-million pound deal to be part of Britain's biggest planned theme park.
Christened Britain's Disneyland, the theme park should be open by 2024 in Swanscombe on the site of an old cement works.
The park will be huge, around 535 acres, and will be around three times larger than any other theme park in the UK. It's estimated the new theme park will also create around 35,000 jobs which will be fantastic for the population in Dartford and the surrounding areas.
ITV have suggested that the park will be based around popular children's series such as Thunderbirds and Robozuna and other shows from the BBC, such as Doctor Who and Top Gear could also be represented.
We'll be keeping an eye on developments and will keep you all updated accordingly.