If you haven’t had a chance to come to New York and see Nick Kroll and John Mulaney in their Broadway hit “Oh, Hello,” you’ll still get a chance to see it. Netflix is bringing the show to the streaming-service in 2017. You won’t even have to wait that long to see it, it will be making its debut this summer. The duo recently hosted the Spirit Awards together (shown above) as their show was killing it on Broadway.

Netflix announced this week that Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are bringing their bizarre Broadway alter egos to Netflix in “Oh, Hello on Broadway,” an all-new original comedy-special launching globally June 13.

Oh, Hello on Broadway is produced by RadicalMedia; it’s written, performed and executive produced by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, and directed and produced by Michael John Warren. Dave Sirulnick, Jon Kamen, and Justin Wilkes executive produced for RadicalMedia. Alex Timbers, Dave Becky, Julie Darmody, David Miner and Christie Smith also served as executive producers. Lisa Nishimura and Robbie Praw executive produced for Netflix.

The show itself has been a hit with the press, with everyone from the New York Times to the New York Post raving about the duo’s performance. Hopefully it will be become a trend to see more of these specials on Netflix, since so many of the shows have been sold-out for weeks. If you are a fan of Mulaney and Kroll, you can set a reminder to catch “Oh, Hello On Broadway” when it debuts on Netflix on June 13, 2017.

You can find more information on the Broadway show on the official website, and checkout their Instagram page for the long-list of famous faces that have stopped by to show their support.