After 10 years on the air, is FXX’s “Archer” ready to say goodbye, or are there more adventures still left to go on?

Many fans, as well as some of the show’s creatives, thought Season 10, which airs its final episode tonight, might have marked the end of the series, but FXX announced at San Diego Comic-Con a couple of weeks ago that it has decided not to cancel the animated comedy but instead to renew it for another season, according to Variety.

“We are incredibly excited for our 11th season and look forward to Archer waking up from his coma and returning to a spy world that has continued without him for the past three years,” executive producer Casey Willis said.

The past few seasons of “Archer” explored different genres and storylines, but, with Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) back in reality, Season 11 is set to return the series back to its main focus and timeline.

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“Archer” will be back with another season. FXX

“We’re definitely back to doing spy missions,” executive producer Matt Thompson told Entertainment Weekly. “But the roles and people’s personalities have changed. What’s also different is Archer is physically and mentally not what he was. He’s been in a bed for three years. His muscles have atrophied to the point where he can’t even walk that well.”

To sum up the new episodes, Thompson continued, “It’s about him, and how having him back in the group forces change upon all of them.”

An exact Season 11 release date has not yet been revealed, but it’s set to to begin at some point in 2020.

In the meantime, the “Archer” Season 10 finale (episode 9, titled “Robert De Niro”) airs tonight on FXX at 10 p.m. EDT, and “when a trial turns into a party, it can only mean that Barry-6 has returned,” according to the synopsis. The episode was written by creator Adam Reed.