All Round to Mrs Brown’s has already been renewed for a second series, a day after the first run finished.
It's been confirmed that the Saturday night show will be back on BBC One for another six part series next year.
The first series saw Agnes and her family open their home to celebrity guests for The Cathy Brown Show in the middle of the mayhem of games, music, audience surprises and the efforts of Dermot and Buster to make a success of their celebrity tours.
Chef Aly will be back cooking in the kitchen and we can expect Agnes' neighbour Winnie to drop in at any time.
An average audience of 5.1 million viewers tuned in to the series over the past six weeks, with the final episode airing last night.
Mrs Brown's Boys creator Brendan O'Carroll said: "The whole family are thrilled with the reception the show has received on Saturday nights.
"Although our focus right now is on the Christmas Specials of our regular Mrs Brown's Boys show, we are excited that 2018 will see party time at the Brown's house again."
Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content said “All Round To Mrs Brown’s has been a huge hit for BBC One on Saturday nights. I am delighted Mrs Brown will be opening her home for a second series, with her unique blend of fun and mischief."
Alan Tyler, Commissioning Editor BBC Entertainment added “It’s rare to find a show that is so loved by the audience, but that is simply testament to the genius of Brendan’s creativity.
"With 'All Round to Mrs Brown’s’, Agnes, Cathy and the family threw open their doors and created one of the funniest entertainment shows on television. We cannot wait to see which guests grace Mammy’s sofa in the next series”.