Flight of the Conchords fans are in for a treat — and likely more hilarious songs. The comedic duo is planning a grand return to HBO with an hour-long special.

ET caught up with Jermaine Clement, one half of the comedy team, at FX's Television Critics Association press day Friday, where he shared the news. "We're going to film a little something this year," he said, referring to himself and his partner-in-crime, Bret McKenzie. "We're going to shoot an hour thing," he continued.

The AV Club reached out to HBO to get further details but unfortunately, they weren't able to say much more than Clement. "The deals are not fully in place," said an HBO representative. "We’ll hopefully have news soon."

In the meantime, Clement is starring in FX's Legion and working on a television adaptation of his 2014 vampire dramedy, What We Do In The Shadows. McKenzie is also been pretty busy in the music department as he provided some original songs for the upcoming indie film, Tip Top Taj Mahal.

Flight of the Conchords aired on HBO for two seasons, from 2007 to 2009, before it was announced that the series wouldn't be returning. Now, the two, who've grown a cult following, are set to embark on a U.K. tour later this year after touring the U.S. in 2016. However, it seems that it won't be long before fans get to see their favorite "fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo" back on the TV screen as well.