Break out the Bolly, darling, because it's official — Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley are reprising their roles as Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone for three special episodes of fan favorite "Absolutely Fabulous," BBC Worldwide and Logo announced Monday.
The specials will be a co-production of BBC America and Logo, which has been airing the original five seasons of "Absolutely Fabulous" since April.
The news comes just before the 20th anniversary of the series, which debuted on BBC in 1992.
According to executive producer Jon Plowman, all of the original characters from the series will be back for the specials, along with "a few surprising guests."
The BBC's release notes that the specials will pretty much pick up where the series left off.
"Eddy PR'd things. She was into every new fad and fashion imaginable and was often to be found at the bottom of a champagne glass, actually more likely a bottle. Not much has changed," the release reads. "Her best friend Patsy worked in magazines and lived the high life. She still does."
Declaring herself "thrilled to be able to celebrate our 20th birthday with all of the original cast," Saunders cracked, "We fully intend to party like it’s 1991. When we started filming in West London, it was like time had stood still. It was raining. Nevertheless we are so happy to be working for an audience that has grown just a tiny bit older, like us, but is still willing to let us fall over on TV in the name of PR."
"Absolutely Fabulous" originally ran for three seasons from 1992 to 1995, and was revived for two more seasons which ran from 2001 and 2003. The last time that Saunders and Lumley teamed up was for the 2006 BBC America comedy "Clatterford."