PETER Kay and Paddy McGuinness could be about to make a sensational return to our screens with a Phoenix Nights reboot.
The hit comedy series last aired in 2002, but 40-year-old Paddy has teased it is time for a comeback.
The Bolton-born comic retreated from the spotlight in 2017, sensationally cancelling his highly-anticipated tour over "unforeseen family circumstances".
Peter, 46, has rarely been seen since - but Paddy is adamant that he'd return for the show.
Speaking to The Daily Star, Paddy shared: "It was great. There’s always talk about doing another one.
"It’s just time, it’s just getting everyone together. But everyone is up for it."
The programme was about a working men's club and ran for just two series in the early noughties.
The cast reunited in 2015 for a special charity live show - raising £5million for Comic Relief.
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In 2006, Peter revealed that he had already written a third series of Phoenix Nights, but in 2009 co-creator Dave Spikey claimed that there were no plans for the series to return.
Earlier this week, Peter became the victim of another cruel death hoax when #RIPPeterKay trended on Twitter.
The star found himself at the centre of similar rumours last year, with football legend Peter Reid among those who shared the news in error.