You are, Number Six
So, The Prisoner is being remade by Sky One, and Christopher Eccleston is being heavily linked with the title role.
But I have to admit, it beggars the question... why? If it's an actual remake of the original story, then what's the point? The original series was so good that it's really quite difficult to improve upon it if all you're doing is retelling it. Now, if Eccleston (or whoever) was playing a new character in a different situation, and McGoohan's character was involved somehow... that would be interesting. If he's just playing Number Six, however - as good as he would be in the role - then there really doesn't seem to be a point.
The new series of Doctor Who, for example, isn't a remake. It's a continuation, and that's why it works. The last time something like this was attempted was Randall & Hopkirk... Deceased, which was without neither merit nor flaws, but which certainly wasn't a "success" by any means. The Prisoner was an extremely complex, carefully-constructed entity as a whole, and it's hard to see how a "reimagining" can truly work.
Now, if you ask me, a property from that wonderful era that could do with a revamped, twenty-first century version is The Champions. You could even do it in a way that included the original actors...