Good news everyone: MADtv is making a comeback!
Deadline reports that The CW has picked up the sketch comedy series for an eight-episode run on the network.
The show will have a new cast and will feature an old star each week to come and host each episode.
MADtv first aired in 1995. The show ran for 14 seasons before getting cancelled in 2009, winning five Emmys along the way and launching the careers of such talents as Family Guy's Alex Borstein, voice actor Phil LaMarr, and both Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.