VH1, the network that was born in a nostalgic glow for the bands and fashions of decades gone by, is looking back at the - get this - millenium.
That's right, all eight years of the new century for those who miss truckers hats and Shaggy, who wonder what life was like before (gasp!) TiVo.
"I Love The New Millennium" is the the newest entry in the pop music channel's signature "I Love . . ." series, which has included "I Love The '70s," "I Love The '80s," and so on.
Arguably, it will be TV's first look at this decade - still without a snappy name - as a source for nostalgic longing.
Like its predecessors, "I Love The New Millennium" will include interviews with pop-culture commentators and, of course, archival footage - everything from the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" (2002) to Janet Jackson's 2004 "wardrobe malfunction" at the Super Bowl to Big Mouth Billy Bass (the singing fish adorning a wall plaque).
"Join us as we travel back in time to an era where Brad Pitt was happily married to Jennifer Aniston," VH1 said in its announcement.
"Angelina Jolie and Madonna had yet to start the mad adoption craze, and Britney Spears still had her s**t together."
The new series - part of a summer programming slate announced yesterday by VH1 - premieres June 23.