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The new Offspring trailer is here. And it's wonderful.

Boy, who else thinks it feels like years since Offspring has graced our screens? You too? Good, because it has been. Two years, in fact.

That’s right, after a two year hiatus, we have been #blessed with a magical gift: The trailer for season six.

The new season was announced in September last year after Channel Ten axed the popular show in November 2014 due to cost cuts after five seasons.

Asher Keddie and Nina Proudman. Image via Channel Ten.

Offspring, which stars Gold Logie winner Asher Keddie in the titular role, will pick up where it left off following Nina Proudman and her daughter Zoe along with the rest of the dysfunctional Proudman family.

This is something the network has wanted to do for some time.

Announcing the show's return Network Ten Chief Programming Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: "It was no secret that we wanted to continue Nina’s adventures and we are thrilled to announce that Offspring will return to TEN for a sixth season in 2016."

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“There are so many more chapters left in Nina’s life. We paused her story just as she had bravely navigated motherhood as a single parent rediscovering the joy and romance of life, while dealing with her fabulously messy family as they went about their unpredictable daily lives.”

The whole team are back. Image via Channel Ten.

The beginning of the new trailer looks back at seasons past, before showing Nina embracing her life after Patrick's untimely death and spending time with her beloved family.

The new season will have Keddie reprising her role as Nina Proudman and Kat Setwart as her sister, Billie.  Other cast members joining them include Richard Davies, Lachy Hulme, Patrick Brammall, Linda Cropper, Deborah Mailman, Alicia Gardiner, Jane Harber, Eddie Perfect and Lawrence Leung.

In the sixth season little Zoe is two and a half-years-old.

No word on the air date yet, Ten are keeping tight-lipped, but it is 'coming soon'.

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