The first season was a huge hit.
And now Derry Girls is back with a bang for a second series.
The drama follows a group of teenagers who are growing up during the Troubles in 1990s in Northern Ireland.
The show's eagerly anticipated return will be hitting our screens in March and it looks amazing.
The Channel 4 show is based on writer Lisa McGee’s upbringing in Derry, and the trailer brings us back to the world of four schoolgirls attending a convent school.
The trailer shows the five pals going on a school trip – however, the girls are supposed to be off to a Take That concert.
One of their mothers tells them, ''I know how much you were looking forward to seeing this and that" before Erin quickly says, ''Take That".
— Liv J Hooper (@livjhooper) February 13, 2019
Saoirse-Monica Jackson plays the lead role of Erin, with her cousin Orla played by Louisa Harland and Nicola Coughlan and Jamie-Lee O’Donnell starring as pals Clare and Michelle. Michelle’s English cousin James is played by Dylan Llewellyn.
Fans were so excited with the prospect of a brand new season and they took to so social media to express their delight.
One said, ''My teenage years all wrapped up in one glorious package #derrygirls is back.''
While another wrote, ''Excited is an understatement .#DerryGirls returns.''
We can't wait either – let's hope it's just as fab as the first one.