Charlie Sheen is returning to the TV, for an amazing new role- well, kind of.
According to TV Line on Wednesday, the Two and a Half Men star will reprise his Ferris Bueller's Day Off role on The Goldbergs' upcoming Ferris Bueller episode.
Also, in a previous TV Guide post, creator Adam Goldberg made a statement about the new tribute episode and fans are excited to learn about the new details.
"Ferris Bueller exuded cool. He got the girl, he had the epic day off, he outsmarted his teachers, parents, siblings and classmates," Goldberg said.
"And the way John Hughes captured that epic day of fun, it was the obvious choice to send the Goldbergs on a quest to recreate that awesome day off. My older brother Barry and I had little in common growing up, but we shared an equal obsession with Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Watching it over and over was how we bonded and we quoted lines from it as if it was our secret language. We saw ourselves in the iconic character of Ferris, the popular schemer who could do no wrong. However, we all knew the reality - neither of us was a Ferris. Sadly, we both more resembled Cameron Ferris' hapless sidekick."
While some of the details about the tribute episode are being kept under wraps, it's believed that the episode will air during the second half of the season.
It's no secret that a lot of planning will go into the episode, and fans are beyond anxious to watch the tribute when it airs.
Fans of The Goldbergs can watch the show every Wednesday night at 8:30 p.m. on ABC.