The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on plenty of our favourite TV shows lately. It seems like each day we hear about another being put on hold, unable to continue production.
But, finally, we have some good TV news, with a show that's sure to bring some joy onto our screens.
Self-proclaimed "bogan", ex-Bachelorette and Love Island host, Sophie Monk is back with a new series on Channel Nine.
And we couldn't be more excited.
Announcing the news on her Instagram, Sophie revealed she will be joined by comedian Nick Cody in hosting Accidental Heroes.
The comedy series presents viral clips and funny moments caught on camera, not dissimilar to popular past series, Funniest Home Videos.
"Anyone else need an escape from the news? This show made me proper laugh out loud," Sophie captioned the post.
Accidental Heroes was first announced by Nine in 2017, however the show never made it to air.
Now, it seems with so many shows being pulled and put on hold, it's the perfect time for its premiere.
After all, we could use some much-needed laughter in our lives.
Each new episode will be themed to showcase viral internet sensations and videos from Australia and around the world.
"This show is the content we all search for on social media everyday for hours, combined into one hilarious show. It was so entertaining to watch the viral videos, I forgot I was hosting," Sophie explained.
In even better news, we won't have to wait long to tune in!
Accidental Heroes is scheduled to begin airing Thursday, April 9 at 7.30pm on Nine.