Steve Carell sent the internet into a frenzy on Wednesday when he tweeted out that the hit NBC show "The Office" was returning to TV.
Carell starred on the American adaptation of "The Office" as Michael Scott. He left the show after seven seasons, and "The Office" wrapped up two seasons later in 2013.
His announcement followed the news that popular sitcom "Will & Grace" was *also* coming back to the small screen.
Entertainment Weekly confirmed that a 10-episode "Will & Grace" revival has been ordered by NBC for the 2017-2018 TV season.
Naturally, fans rejoiced at the realization that not one, but TWO must-see TV shows were making their returns...
...but then Carell issued a heartbreaking "correction" to his original tweet a few minutes later.
"Wait, sorry. I meant 'Will and Grace,'" he wrote, citing a "typo."
His followers were devastated.
Luckily for sitcom fans, the "Will & Grace" revival actually IS happening.
“[Co-creator] Dave Kohan and I are absolutely thrilled about the opportunity to write what Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen are thinking about in 2017,” original series creator Max Mutchnick said.
But Michael Scott nearly broke our Dunder Mifflin-loving hearts.
Seriously, was Carell hacked? This has "Toby" written all over it...