Just when American viewers thought it was safe to return to their TVs, Piers Morgan announces that he's making a comeback Stateside!
The motormouth presenter, 53, has flirted with US television on a number of occasions, cropping up on America's Got Talent and their version of Celebrity Apprentice.
For a while, he even hosted his own chat show, Piers Morgan Live, on CNN.
But this will be the first time Americans have seen him in this particular role...
On-demand TV service BritBox – co-owned by the BBC and ITV – is to show an edited version of Good Morning Britain in the United States, which means both Piers and his GMB co-host Susanna Reid will be seen across the pond.
While Susanna has maintained a dignified silence over the development, Piers wasted no time in bigging up the news on social media.
Retweeting an announcement by the Hollywood gossip website Deadline.com, he wrote: "BREAKING: Good Morning Britain comes to America."
Great news Piers. I have missed u here in the States on TV everyday.
But while Piers was clearly excited by the news, the reaction from his followers was rather mixed.
One fan enthused: "Great new Piers. I have missed u here in the States on TV everyday. Congrats to you and your team there."
Others weren't so happy, though. One moaned: "Ooops. Clearly a scheduling error."
And another scoffed: "How unfortunate for them."
Good Morning Britain will be joined on BritBox by a raft of other British exports, including This Morning and the ITV drama Bancroft.
Last week, Piers announced that he was taking a break from Good Morning Britain, with Eamonn Holmes acting as his stand-in.
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But don't get your hopes up that he's heading off for a permanent role in the States – he's due to return to the ITV morning show in September.
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