Graham Norton is back and his line-up of guests is fantastic
You'll definitely want to see this.
The Graham Norton Show returns to BBC1 tonight and he's got a little bit of something for everyone.
After enjoying his break from our TV screens, we really hope his opening monologue goes something like this "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die."
Yeah, that's a geeky way of saying that he has the cast fo Blade Runner: 2049 on his show but that's not all.
The star of Drive, Half Nelson and La La Land will undoubtedly be talking about just how much he was crapping himself after getting to star alongside Harrison Ford.
Actually, he probably won't but with Denis Villeneuve's film earning some superb reviews already, we're certain that he won't need to plug the sci-fi epic too much.
If Gosling gets tired of talking then at least he has Deckard next to him.
That's right, Harrison Ford will also be on the show tonight.
Given the fact that he's about to start filming on the next Indiana Jones movie, we're certain that Norton might try and squeeze some information out of him on that one.
We wonder if his recent faux-pas while flying a plane will also get a mention?
We have a feeling that quite a few people will be very happy to see that the incredibly sound star of Suicide Squad and The Wold of Wall Street will be on the show.
The Australian actress will join Graham to promote her new film Goodbye Christopher Robin, in which she plays Daphne de Selincourt, wife of Winnie-the-Pooh creator A. A. Milne.
Robbie has a busy few months coming up with roles in Mary Queen of Scots, the Harley Quinn film and a rumoured role in Tarantino's next project.
Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon will also be on the show and given the success of Big Little Lies, we're expecting here to be happy, happy, happy.
Then again, isn't she always?
There'll also be music from eighties girl group Bananarama.