The Big Bang Theory is still going strong!

Comedians David Arnold and Jon Lovitz will reunite on NBC’s romantic comedy The Big Love.

The two actors, who are also executive producers on the show, announced the show’s season premiere on Twitter.

In the first season, the pair teamed up to make a short film and eventually found themselves in a relationship.

The pair later co-starred in the 2015 remake of The Love Guru starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and Michael Sheen, and the movie hit theaters this summer.

“I’m really thrilled to be able to bring my characters back to the big screen and join my friends in making this special and beautiful film,” Arnolds tweeted.

“We’re just so excited for the fans and for the viewers to see the show.”

Lovitz added that the reunion is “a dream come true.”

Arnets’ big love interest in the series is Lenny, played by comedian Samantha Bee.

The show also stars a host of other famous comedians.

In May, the network announced that it has acquired the rights to new comedy classics like The Cosby Show, The Larry Sanders Show, and The Colbert Report.

The network also announced plans to revive The Larry King Show, which was canceled in 2013 after five seasons.

“The Big Bang has always been about the heartbreak of relationships, and this is just the perfect opportunity to bring our audience back to those relationships,” Jay Duplass, who also plays Lenny on The Big Show, said in a statement.

“They are just two of the funniest people I know and love.

I’m excited to see them back together again.”

Watch: ‘The Big Show’: Jay Duplasses Lenny in a Short Film