Lindsay Lohan to Host New Prank TV Show

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Lindsay Lohan is getting back into TV with a social media-themed prank series.

Lindsay Lohan announced Tuesday that she will host a new prank TV show.

The 30-year-old actress shared a teaser for her Punk'd-esque series The Anti-Social Network with her 9 million followers on Twitter.

"RT if you're excited for my new show," she captioned the video.

The Anti-Social Network will see Lohan hijack contestants' social media accounts for 24 hours and dare them "to complete embarrassing challenges to evaluate how much their social media is actually worth," according to Dose.

"I love social media. I mean, I am social media," Lohan said in the preview. "Everybody knows you should never leave your phone laying around, especially near me."

"I've decided I'm going to hijack your social media -- your Instagram, your Snapchat, your Facebook, all of it -- for 24 hours. If you can pull off three challenges, you'll win some fabulous prizes," she explained. "They won't know that I'm the one pulling the strings."

Lohan herself was pranked by Punk'd host Ashton Kutcher on a 2003 episode of the MTV show. The Anti-Social Network is being shopped to various networks, and would mark Lohan's first TV project since the OWN docu-series Lindsay, which aired in 2014.

"I am in a wonderful place in life and look forward to the near and far future and projects that I am working on," the Mean Girls star told Vanity Fair in June.

By Annie Martin

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.