You've probably seen the trailer and on Tuesday night we'll get our first look at the prime-time documentary all about the Tyne & Wear Metro.
Metro: A Rail Life Story is a four-part documentary series which gives a unique insight into day-to-day operations on the Metro system as it gears up to celebrate its 40 anniversary.
Nexus, the public body which owns and manages Metro, gave unprecedented access to film crews over the busy summer of 2019 and you can watch the trailer above.
The four-part documentary gets going on ITV on Tuesday night at 7.30pm, straight after Emmerdale and is set to entertain and educate not just people from the North East who use it every day, but millions of others around the country who've never even set foot on it.
Each episode will focus on a different thing, so here is what to expect from the show that looks set to have us all talking over the coming month.
The first part of the documentary will focus on one of the busiest days for the Metro last year - Spice Girls' concert in Sunderland which saw tens of thousands of people flock to the Stadium of Light, many using Metro trains to get there.
As well as revealing how the Metro coped with a huge influx of extra passengers, the episode will feature Spice Girls fans on their way to and from the concert and Metro staff member Dave Wilson who actually gets one of the singalongs going on the Metro.
The pressure rises across the day as head of operations Wayne spots a potential fault with an overhead line, and there's an anxious call to the control room - a set of fans have lost their tickets for the concert of a lifetime.
Tens of thousands of Newcastle United fans pass through the Metro for a home game on the first day of the new football season - and many of them are far from pleased with the club's owner, Mike Ashley.
A guide horse undergoes training on the Metro system before moving to London, and in Sunderland, a crackdown on fare dodgers gets underway.
Details of the third part are still to be confirmed but it is expected to concentrate on more of the day-to-day goings on on the Metro.
Just like the Spice Girls gig, the Great North Run was a huge day for the Metro network last year.
As well as looking at the increase in passengers as runners head to the start line, and then try and get home after crossing the finish line, the final episode will look at some of the characters who took part in the world famous race, including the Big Pink Dress.