Kevin Hart and T.I. have reunited to deliver The Studio, a workplace comedy series set in…you guessed it: a recording studio.

According to Deadline, the show is currently in development by Showtime. Aeysha Carr (of Everybody Hates Chris and The Carmichael Show) will write the series as well as produce it alongside T.I., Hart, Brian Sher, and 3 Arts’ Dave Becky.

There aren’t many details about the series at this time; however, it will reportedly focus on the stories of unique characters who work in the studio every day and every night. T.I. and Hart will not be regular cast members, but are expected to make occasional appearances. And judging by the premise, we’re expecting a lot of big-name cameos.

Stay tuned as more information about The Studio comes through.

This isn’t the first time T.I. and Hart have worked together. The Atlanta rapper appeared in Hart’s 2005 film Get Hard, as well as 2016’s Ride Along 2. Hart’s rap alter ego, Chocolate Droppa, also recruited T.I. to appear on a track called “Ballter Alert,” which landed on the soundtrack to the Kevin Hart: What Now? documentary.