Time to get excited as Tom Hiddleston will reportedly be returning for season two of The Night Manager.
The hit BBC espionage series follows Hiddleston's lead role as Jonathan Pine, an ex-soldier and now night manager of a luxury hotel in Cairo.
He is then recruited by British intelligence agent (Olivia Colman) to infiltrate the inner circle of arms dealer Dicky Roper (Hugh Laurie).
The Night Manager - based on the 1993 novel of the same title - was considered to be one of the top-rated UK dramas of 2016.
The series won two Primetime Emmy Awards and three Golden Globe Awards.
And now under the codename 'Steelworks', it seems that Amazon Prime Video and the BBC are working together on a second season, Deadline reports.
The publication claims season two will film in London and South America later in the year.
David Farr, who wrote the original, is also back to work on the new episodes.
Despite the exciting reports, season two is still yet to be officially greenlit by Amazon and BBC.
Previously speaking on a possible return, Hiddleston told BBC Radio 2 in 2019: "At the moment it's really in the lap of John Le Carré [author of the novel on which the show is based] and his sons who run the Ink Factory, the production company that produces it.
"They are potentially conceiving how these characters might live on, what they are doing now given the state of the world, which is curious.
"The world is in an interesting place, and what's Jonathan Pine doing? Where is he? He's probably in a dark corner somewhere, you know, spying on someone. I'm very curious to see what materialises. And that's about as much as I can say."
However, the director of the show's first season, Susanne Bier, said the year prior that she had pulled out of plans to do the follow-up.
Speaking to Radio Times, she said: "I'm not doing Night Manager 2. I wasn't sure that I would do my very best work the second time round - so I decided that I should probably not do it and have somebody [else direct it]."
The last season ended with spy Jonathan Pine having finally managing to catch the bloodthirsty arms trader Onslow Roper, played by the Hugh Laurie. But where the former British soldier went from here is anyone's guess.
The thriller also saw Hiddleston's stock rise considerably, especially among James Bond fans, who were won over by the Hollywood A-lister and argued it proved his credentials to become the next 007.