The Expanse Seasons 1 through 3 will be available for streaming on Feb. 8 on Amazon Prime and adding to the good news, it was also announced that Season 4 will be released later in 2019.

Currently Seasons 1 and 2 are available in the U.S. on Prime, but now more than 200 countries and territories — excepting China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Syria where the service is not provided — will get all three seasons.

The news was confirmed by Ben Roberts, Senior Vice President for Television at Alcon Entertainment, who in a tweet also thanked the fans who participated in #SaveTheExpanse and Amazon Studios, which picked up the show in May 2018 after it was cancelled by Syfy:

Cheering on the announcement was the @TheExpanseWR Twitter handle, writing:

Other reactions on Twitter include Dominique Tipper, who plays Naomi, writing:

Wes Chatham, who portrays Amos in the show, also wrote on Twitter:

@TheExpansePO was pumped, too, adding:

Are you excited? Let’s have some lasagna to celebrate and #BingeTheExpanse starting on Feb. 8 in anticipation of Season 4!