'Flight Of The Conchords' set to return for an hour-long special

“What We Do in the Shadows”

Flight of Conchords is coming back - in one way, shape or form.

Of the tour, he said: 'It should be fun.

Jemaine Clement revealed his intention to "to film a little something this year" with his musical partner Bret McKenzie in an interview with Entertainment Tonight today in the US.

We're not crying, it's just been raining on our face... because of the news that Flight of the Conchords will be returning to our televisions. "We'll hopefully have news soon".

The special is set to include beloved old content as well as new material to be written over the next few months. We've grown up. We're not the characters from the TV show, in real life we're dads now and listen to different kinds of music.

"It's pretty close, we're going to film a pilot", Clement told IndieWire. The original television series only had two short-lived seasons of 12 episodes in 2008 and 10 episodes in 2009.

Separately, Clement just wrapped "Wellington Paranormal", the New Zealand TV spinoff of "What We Do In The Shadows". "We're going to shoot an hour thing". No networks were named, but Clement said the show will follow a documentary crew in America.

Meanwhile, Jemaine Clement has done exceptionally well, providing voice work in the likes of Rio, Moana and The BFG, and acting in Men In Black 3, What We Do In The Shadows and hit TV show Legion.

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