Stop the press - one of the best '90s shows from our childhood is arriving on Netflix tomorrow.
That's right, 'Sister, Sister' will be added to Netflix from tomorrow.
After running for six seasons between 1994 and 1999, and gifting us 119 episodes, the TV series has become synonymous with many of our childhoods.
Starring Tia and Tamara Mowry as nearly-identical twins, the two teenagers got up to plenty of mischief for their parents Lisa (the brilliant Jackée Harry) and Ray (Tim Reid). There was also their neighbour Roger (Marques Houston) who helped create the catchphrase "Go home Roger!".
Another two throwback shows will also be added to Netflix later this month as well, with 'Moesha' starring Brandy Norwood releasing on November 20, and 2000 series 'Girlfriends' arriving on November 13.
Hoping to distract us all this week - and it's worked - Netflix announced the news this afternoon.
Some news we’re *very* happy to bring you – the following classic shows will soon be available on @NetflixUK:
Sister, Sister – 6 Nov (tomorrow!)
Girlfriends – 13 Nov
Moesha – 20 Nov pic.twitter.com/YH0P0QadHV
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) November 5, 2020
In honour of the return of the great 'Sister, Sister', here's the original theme song for you to listen back to in all of its '90s glory.
And sure, while you're at it, you might as well listen to the more "grown-up" version too.