A fourth series of BBC2's hit satirical comedy The Thick of It has been filmed, and is likely to appear on our screens in the Autumn.
The hilarious show's last series came out in 2009, and a lot has happened since then: we've had a new Prime Minister, a new government and a whole lot of juicy scandals, both in the press and in the Houses of Parliament..
According to the cast several events will be sent up in this series, including a series of interrogations in a similar vein to the Leveson Inquiry.
The show initially appeared in two short series back in 2007, but interest hit its peak in 2009 when the characters and setting were used for a feature length film, In The Loop.
It was a critical smash hit, and appeared on many Best of 2009 lists, as well as eventually becoming a cult hit on DVD.
Later that year, there was enough interest to get a third, six-episode series made, which received great ratings and reviews.
The new series will feature a host of popular British comedy actors including Rebecca Front (Grandma's House), Chris Addison (Skins) and Peter Capaldi as the hilariously foul-mouthed spin doctor Malcom Tucker.
The TV stars came out for the In The Loop premiere.