If you still haven't seen Christopher Nolan's epic WWII action film, Dunkirk, starring Harry Styles (shame on you), then fear not, because the former One Direction star is returning to our screens, but this time, with a lot less mud, water and bullets being shot at him.
Well, we think so anyway.
Following in Adele's footsteps, who starred in her own BBC special in 2015, Harry has been granted his very own television show.
In the programme - which will be hosted by Radio 1 DJ and Harry's BFF Nick Grimshaw - Hazza will perform tracks from his solo album, as well as discuss his acting career, personal life (come on, Taylor Swift gossip!), and what it was really like being part of one of the most successful boy bands of our generation.
'These shows are all about creating a world in which superstars like Harry feel incredibly comfortable and alongside their brilliant, live performances, can simply have fun and enjoy revealing more of themselves to viewers than is ever normally possible,' Guy Freeman, editor of special events and formats at BBC Studios, revealed in a statement to BBC.
Reveal all, Harry. Please.
Die-hard Harry fans even have the chance of breathing the same air as the 23-year-old on Wednesday 30 August in Manchester by applying to be in the audience of the show on the BBC's website.
What are you waiting for?