The stars of Derry Girls are on the Late Late Show tomorrow
Excellent news all round.
Derry Girls is back next week - and yes, we are excited.
What's gotten us more excited for the best comedy to come out of Ireland in literal decades is the abundance of sneak peaks we've been treated to over the past few weeks.
There's been murals painted, scenes shared, and a whole load of tweeting as the stars of the show make sure we're as pumped as they are for the new series to begin.
And tomorrow night they're taking it one step further - because they're going to be on The Late Late Show.
Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Louisa Harland, Nicola Coughlan, Jamie-Lee O'Donnell and Dylan Llewellyn will join Tubs on set to chat all about the wildly successful Channel 4 comedy.
They'll be discussing why a show about ridiculous teenagers getting themselves into ridiculous scenarios set during The Troubles works as well as it does - and why season two is going to be even more hysterical than the first.
Also on tomorrow night's show will be Kerry actor Jessie Buckley who moved to London at the age of 17 to start her acting career.
She'll also be chatting about her new movie, Wild Rose, and how she found life growing up in Killarney.
The late Emma Hannigan's father Philip will be present too, discussing his daughter's final novel which will be hitting shelves just ahead of the first anniversary of her death.
Dearbhail McDonald will be discussing her decision to freeze her eggs in her mid 30s as well as Ireland's approach to the issue of fertility.
Music will come from Jessie Buckley, Mundy and the Irish Chamber Orchestra.