Flight of Conchords is coming back - in one way, shape or form.
However, IndieWire report that the new TV special will be tied to Flight of the Conchords' upcoming United Kingdom concert tour, which is set to see the pair reprise some of their most famous hits and also introduce a few new songs, so it seems more than likely that any new TV appearance will be an adaptation of this new stage show.
"We'd do something", he said when questioned on a potential reboot. "Some of it we'll be working on in the next few months". "We'll hopefully have news soon and will be back in touch". In real life we're dads now. But it would be hard to imagine them doing it for any other network-not just because that's where their show had its incredible-but-brief two season run in 2008 and 2009, but because it's also where their first big American exposure came from, in their 2005 "One Night Special". A pilot is set to be shot later this year, although Clement will bot be appearing in it. "We're going to film a little something this year". "This is about a documentary crew in America". "We're going to shoot an hour thing". "We finished filming about two weeks ago".
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"What We Do In the Shadows" began as a short film by Waititi and Clement, and was later reimagined as the film, a comedy that centered on a documentary crew that followed four vampire roommates - Viago, Vladislav, Deacon, and Petyr - and their relationship dynamics.
Asked to confirm the news, McKenzie's mother, Deirdre Tarrant said in a text to RNZ "it seems it could be true".