Charlotte Crosby took to Instagram on Monday to announce her new BBC Three - and told her fans to be prepared to see a whole new her.
The former Geordie Shore star, 32, let cameras into her life for a year as she welcomed her baby son to the world.
And she's revealed the new series will show a brand new side to her that the public are yet to see.
She had teased a "big announcement" throughout the day, before finally uploading a video showing clips from the filming.
The reality TV star captioned her post: "In 2022 I let the cameras follow my life for a 1 WHOLE YEAR. What unfolded I couldn’t of predicted or prepared myself for.
"Last year changed me as a person…….Get ready to meet a whole new CHARLOTTE CROSBY. #CharlotteInSunderland coming to @bbcthree and BBC IPlayer. Wednesday the 1st of February."
The clip shows Charlotte talking to her beau and baby daddy Jake Ankers, gushing over how attractive she is to him. She shows off as her man "officially moves in" as she announces her pregnancy before the teaser shows scenes from the birth of baby Alba Jean.
Judging by the short video, there's set to be happiness, tears, love and laughter as the Sunderland native once again wears her heart on her sleeve.
Geordie Shore pal Holly Hagan was on hand to comment on the clip, simply writing: "Ahhhhhhh."
Ex on the Beach star Leonie McSorley also gushed over the announcement, saying: "Ok crying. Can’t wait to watch!"
And Charlotte took the time to thank Married At First Sight's Nikita Jasmine after she penned: "Can’t wait to watch this. Gonna be amazing."
Filming for the season wrapped up in December. According to executives at the BBC, the new show follows Charlotte "as she pursues her personal and professional dreams in her beloved hometown, whilst juggling the stresses of running her businesses and preparing for motherhood with boyfriend Jake".
Announcing the show in June last year, Charlotte said: "I am beyond excited to be bringing my crazy life, my business ventures, much loved family, future hubby and my precious bump to the BBC!
"I hope everyone's ready for the ride ahead!"