Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan will play the role of Daniel Glass' (Rupert Grint) boss' daughter in “Sick Note.” Pictured: Lindsay Lohan at the BGC Partners charity day in London on Sept. 12, 2016. Reuters/Toby Melville

Lindsay Lohan is set to return to Hollywood with a new prank series, titled “The Anti-Social Network.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, Lohan has submitted a proposal to various networks, but she is still waiting for someone to greenlight it. In the teaser, the “Mean Girls” star takes control of the contestants’ social media accounts for 24 hours. Lohan challenges each one to do three embarrassing acts for a prize.

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This is not the first time that Lohan is being linked to a prank show on television. In 2003, Ashton Kutcher targeted the actress in one episode of MTV’s “Punk’d.” Since then, she has starred in small roles for TV and the big screen. In 2012, Lohan appeared in Lifetime’s Elizabeth Taylor biopic, “Liz & Dick.” In 2014, the actress lent her story to OWN for their documentary a series, “Lindsay.” Most recently, she just wrapped production for the horror film “The Shadow Within,” according to Entertainment Tonight.

Meanwhile, Lohan also made headlines last month when she expressed her desire to play the role of Ariel in the upcoming Disney live-action film, “The Little Mermaid.” On her Instagram account, the actress said that she will agree to give life to the character if Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Bill Condon will be involved in the project. The post has since been deleted. Condon directed the highly-successful live-action interpretation of “Beauty and the Beast,” which hit theaters in the United States on March 17.

Entertainment Weekly reached out to Disney for a comment, but failed to get a response from them. A source close to Lohan told the publication that the actress really wants to team up with the company that launched her movie career with “Freaky Friday,” “The Parent Trap,” “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” and “Herbie: Fully Loaded.”