Music will be returning to telly and BBC One are the ones to bring it back.
They've revealed that they're launching a primetime music show that will be brought to viewers by Fulwell 73 - the same production company that runs the Late Late Show with James Corden with his producer Ben Winston.
It will be a six part series, each episode lasting 30 minutes and will have performances from major stars, skits and comedy sketches.
We think it's safe to say that viewers can expect James Corden-esque type content, although he will not be the host. BBC have confirmed that he's too busy with other things.
Bob Shennan is the Director of BBC Radio and Music, he said 'This series will be a fantastic opportunity to showcase the biggest and best UK and international bands and artists and we're looking forward to working with one of the world's most innovative and creative TV production companies.'
It's due to hit screens in the autumn. BRING IT!