Raunchy ratings hit All Round to Mrs Brown's is coming back for a second season, with creator and star Brendan O'Carroll promising "party time" for Agnes, Cathy and the gang in 2018.
The first season wrapped on BBC One and RTÉ One on Saturday night, and the BBC and O'Carroll wasted no time in letting fans know they were set for more mouthy mirth from Finglas' most (in)famous mammy with six new episodes of sofa-centric shenanigans next year.
"The whole family are thrilled with the reception the show has received on Saturday nights," said O'Carroll.
"Although our focus right now is on the Christmas Specials of our regular Mrs Brown's Boys show, we are excited that 2018 will see party time at the Brown's house again."
Alan Tyler, the BBC's Commissioning Editor of Entertainment, said it was "rare" to find a show that viewers loved so much.
"But that is simply testament to the genius of Brendan's creativity," he continued.
"With All Round to Mrs Brown's, Agnes, Cathy and the family threw open their doors and created one of the funniest entertainment shows on television. We cannot wait to see which guests grace mammy's sofa in the next series."
O'Carroll will have his work cut out to top the talking points from season one, which saw Mrs Brown receive a sex-ed lesson like no other from Michael Ball, share a kiss with James Blunt, rumble with Ross Kemp and lost for words when Sue Perkins got more than she bargained for!
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