Hey, "The Bachelor" fans, guess what? Colton Underwood is making his way back to America's television screens.

That's right, the tall, blonde, fence-jumping ex-footballer is coming back to television and, no, it's not an appearance on another one of ABC's "Bachelor"-related shows.

Colton was a professional football player for years but gained most of his popularity after he appeared on Becca Kufrin's season of "The Bachelorette." He then made a pit stop on "Bachelor In Paradise" before carrying his season of "The Bachelor." Despite his reality TV start, he confirmed to Cosmo that his show is definitely not a reality show, but it will be his own show.

“I really want my own show,” he said during the interview, according to Cosmo.

Well, apparently Colton's real-name must be Aladdin because his wish has been granted, though things are "very secretive" right now, per the publication. And for those wondering, this isn't a new interest for the 27-year-old.

“Even before I went on 'The Bachelor' I’ve been going into hosting and broadcasting," he shared.

Colton, who is dating Cassie Randolph, the "winner" of his season of "The Bachelor," didn't offer up much more information but fans won't have to wait too long to find out more. Cosmo reported that his new project "will probably be out sometime in 2020."

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"The Bachelor" star Colton Underwood is pictured attending the Disney ABC Television TCA Summer Press Tour on Aug. 7, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California. Robyn Beck/AFP