Premiering at Sundance Film Festival in 2014, "what we do in the shadows" is a mockumentary-style film that follows the story of four vampire roommates who are struggling to fit in to modern-day New Zealand. Though the film only had a production budget of $1.6 million, according to IMDb reports, it soon went on to make $6.9 million at the box office and has become somewhat of a cult favorite. Due to the witty humor and the lovable yet confusing characters, audiences fell in love with the everyday lives of the vampire roommates who all have vastly diverse personalities.

That said, fans will soon be able to experience, again, what these characters do in the shadows, as FX has officially announced an order for 10 half-hour episodes based on the film.

The 10-episode series will be released in early 2019

The series is set to be written by Jemaine Clement and directed by Taika Waititi, the two creators who are also responsible for the film of the same name. Not only does this add to the initial excitement of a continuation of the franchise, but it also means that audience members far and wide are going to flock to the channel to be able to experience the talent of the two best friends -- which is one of the reasons why the film was so lovable in the first place. While fans remain hopeful, neither writer nor director have confirmed whether they will have on-screen roles.

Fans will be eager to see the dynamic duo of Clement and Waititi reunited as their personalities truly do shine through the work that they produce together. That being said, the reboot of the franchise comes at a time that has been rather busy for both men. Waititi has just completed directing "Thor: Ragnarok" which was a commercial success, whilst Clement has been working on an hour-long feature of "Flight of the Conchords" which will be released on HBO later in May.

'What We Do In The Shadows' is said to focus on three vampire roommates

Similar to the film, the new series will follow the lives of three vampire roommates, though their identities and stories have yet to be revealed.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, in a statement released by Nick Grad -- the president of originals at FX -- the creators clearly have some big ideas in the works for the new series itself; "What We Do in the Shadows" only gets better with age thanks to this brilliant adaptation for television by co-creators Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi.”

The show, which Clement and Waititi have yet to further comment on, is set to join a lineup featuring the likes of "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," Donald Glover's "Atlanta," and the animated series "Archer." Despite the tough competitors, fans are sure that "What We Do In The Shadows" will have no issues at all in terms of pulling in a large audience.