The popular Dateline host has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new series about catching pedophiles.

You there! Stop chasing the cat around the house naked for a minute and pay attention to some good news that will undoubtedly change the world forever. It’ll only take a minute, just have a seat right there …

Chris Hansen — America’s favorite online predator catcher — is launching a comeback! Just this morning he released plans to embark on a whole new series of online investigations, where he’ll once again dive into the dark underbelly of online creepsters and lure them to a fully tapped house with promises of underage sex.

If you’re not privy to the show, To Catch A Predator is a hidden camera reality series that began in 2004. The main premise of it is simple: Go online, pose as an underage boy/girl, attract perverts and sexual deviants to a tapped house and then ambush them with cameras and badges on the spot.

All of this television gold happens while Hansen unloads plenty of masterful quotes such as, “What's going on in here does seem pretty 'pervy', doesn't it?” and “You were going to make a 14-year-old girl perform a sex act on a cat?”

Entertainment needs this ridiculous show back on the air, and you can help …

We try not to push many Kickstarters around here because, well, fuck you, go get money like everyone else and stop begging — but we see the vision here with Hansen and his team and producing a show (it will initially be launched as a web series and then get shopped to television) is expensive.

Hansen’s initial goal is to raise $75,000, which will cover expenses relating to the set design, production, hidden cameras and other costs. Ultimately the team would like to raise $500,000 — something that would cover an entire first season commercial free. Hansen tells Rolling Stone the demand has been all over the place since the show's cancelation in 2007. 

"There is a pent-up demand from viewers for another investigation," Hansen says. "And from a technology standpoint, the landscape has really changed since we did the last one."

If you want to be a part of history, lurk over to the Hansen v Predator page and see what it’s all about.