Work is underway on a US version of Friday Night Dinner.
Yep, the classic British comedy, which came to an end last year, is heading across the pond and will follow the trials and tribulations of another Jewish family.
The exciting news was announced by Kenton Allen, the CEO of Big Talk Productions, which was behind the original Channel 4 series.
In an interview with Variety, Allen revealed that the US take on the show will be called Dinner with The Parents and is being written by Jon Beckerman (Late Show with David Letterman).
So far, that's all there is to know about the reboot, however, Allen also made it clear that there would be no more episodes of the original UK version of FND.
He told the publication that following the tragic passing of Paul Ritter, who played the oddball patriarch of the Goodman household, Martin, it just couldn't be done.
"He was an enormous part of the show," said Allen. "The idea of making any version of 'Friday Night Dinner' without him is impossible and too awful to contemplate.
"So that is it. Friday Night Dinner is no more."
Earlier this year, the creator of FND, Robert Popper confirmed that season six was the last ever.
The writer said he felt it rounded off the story perfectly and that the iconic comedy would not be returning.
Speaking to LADbible, the 53-year-old told us that the last episode was one of his favourites and he didn't believe he could carry on the story.
When asked if this was always planned, Robert revealed: "It wasn't, actually. I never really know until I start.
"I have all my ideas and I have my board up on a wall, but I never really know, until I start an episode, what it's going to be about.
"But I did think halfway through it would be great if they both brought girls round, and then I thought that one of them was pregnant and then 'oh, what happens if they're both pregnant?' So I thought that was good.
"And then, yeah, I was thinking this will be the end, because I didn't want to do a series where they had kids and babies, and Jim would have seven dogs, also, like, the world's weirdest dog that you couldn't find seven of.
"So that was going to be the end, yeah."
But just as it was was never the original 'plan' for the story to end there, neither was the final line.
Robert says: "I didn't really want to do that [end on 'S*** on it!'], but I thought it sort of had to end there."