Turns out we really never did know how much we missed Sister, Sister.

The popular '90s TV show that entertained an entire generation after school when they probably should have been doing their homework is making a return to our screens. At least according to one of its stars Jackee Harry, who played Tia and Tamara's mother Lisa on the hit sitcom.

In an interview on Steve Harvey's talk show, the actress confirmed the rumours that a reboot is going ahead declaring, "Yeah, it's happening!"

Watch the interview below:

Sister, Sister ran from 1994 to 1999 and followed the story of two adopted twin sisters, played by Tia and Tamera Mowry, who were separated at birth only to find each other again as teenagers.

Tia Mowry teased that the show might be returning back in June, telling Entertainment Tonight: "I will say this, we are definitely closer than ever," she said. "That's basically all I can say. But I'm getting excited.

"As I know of now, definitely Jackée Harry and Tim Reid will definitely be part of the show.

"I think I would want it to pick up with where our lives are now. We're married with kids. But I definitely would want it to focus on the power of sisterhood.

"How wonderful and amazing that sisterhood and that relationship can be. How it helps you in whatever trial and tribulations you are in. When you have the sisterhood and that bond, that is so beautiful."

The question is, will ROGGGGEERRRRR be involved? And please tell us they will still have that catchy theme tune we still can't get out of our heads.