Fans of Rosie O'Donnell were likely disappointed when her popular daytime talk show, "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," went off the air in 2002 after six seasons. However, the Emmy-winning TV show is set to return this Sunday, but there is one catch.

According to Deadline, O’Donnell, along with actor-producer Erich Bergen, are working to bring the show back for a one-time special. The event is set to be a fundraiser for The Actors Fund, which works to provide "a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals over their lifespan."

The show is also slated to work in partnership with Revelations Entertainment and Broadway.com.

As for who viewers can expect to see during the show, Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Gloria Estefan, Billy Porter, Morgan Freeman and others will lend their talents to the fundraiser hosted by the former star of "The View."

Bergen also discussed the benefit of working together to raise money for the organization.

"This is the ultimate win-win proposition," he said, adding, "The Actors Fund needs our support, and we’re all desperate for some fabulous entertainment we can enjoy from the safety of our own homes. I’m so grateful to Rosie, and to this truly jaw-dropping array of talent that have agreed to participate."

Actors Fund Chairman Brian Stokes Mitchell also revealed that he believed it could be particularly useful during this time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the need to distance yourself from others. 

"Because social distancing is so important right now, this amazing benefit is an incredible show of support to lift spirits, bring us all together virtually and help The Actors Fund help those in need. Now more than ever, people in our community are depending on The Fund’s vital services," Mitchell said.

Anyone who is interested in watching the upcoming special can watch it at 7:00 p.m. EDT on Broadway.com and through a livestream on Broadway.com’s YouTube channel.