• Elizabeth Mitchell is reprising her role as Mrs. Claus for Disney Plus’ “The Santa Clause” series
  • This will be a reunion project for Mitchell and Tim Allen who starred in the film series
  • Mitchell will also play the lead in Netflix’s upcoming vampire drama “First Kill”

“The Santa Clause” is coming to Disney Plus as a limited series, and it will feature the original Mrs. Claus actress, Elizabeth Mitchell.

The 51-year-old actress, who played Santa’s partner in two installments of the film series, is suiting up once more for the iconic role in the streaming service’s revival.

Mitchell’s involvement in the project, which will still feature Tim Allen as North Pole royalty, was exclusively confirmed by Deadline Friday.

Mitchell first appeared as Mrs. Claus in the second movie in the franchise, released in 2002. She reprised the role for the third movie in the series in 2006. The first film, released in 1994, did not feature Mitchell since it focused more on Scott Calvin’s (Allen) journey to becoming Santa Claus. All three films are available to stream on Disney Plus.

Based on the official synopsis for the upcoming limited series, the new “Santa Clause” will see Scott celebrating his 65th birthday. However, the milestone will also make him realize that he can’t be Santa forever. Thus, he will go on a journey to find a suitable replacement, according to Collider.

The Disney Plus project is created by Jack Burditt, known for “Last Man Standing.” Burditt and Allen are also executive producing the series alongside Kevin Hench, Richard Baker and RIck Messina.

Production is reportedly commencing in March. The cast and crew are filming in Los Angeles, California. No release date has been given yet.

Mitchell has had a more prolific career on TV compared to the big screen. She is best known for her roles as Juliet on “Lost” and Ingrid the Snow Queen on ABC’s “Once Upon A Time.”

The actress’ IMDb credits date back to her first TV series, “Loving,” which was released in 1983. Through the years, she’s made a mark by landing TV show after TV show. The list includes NBC’s “Revolution,” “Crossing Lines,” “Dead of Summer,” “Outer Banks” and “The Expanse.”

Mitchell also snagged a lead role in Netflix’s “First Kill,” an upcoming vampire drama that is still in post-production. The project also stars Will Swenson, Gracie Dzienny and Dylan McNamara.

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Pictured: Elizabeth Mitchell poses during a photocall for the series "Crossing Lines - The time is now - Season III" during the MIPTV in Cannes, on the French Riviera, on April 13, 2015. VALERY HACHE/AFP via Getty Images