"Detroit Rock City" is coming to a playdate near you.

KISS co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are developing a new kids' program with E1 Television, the Canadian production company announced Tuesday.

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Both Simmons and Stanley will executive produce the series, along with E1's senior vice president of kids and animation, Frank Saperstein. The untitled half-hour comedy will help introduce the group's iconic personas to a new generation and continue the band's relentless marketing efforts.

"KISS continues to be the juggernaut of licensing and merchandising, from KISS M&M's to KISS Dr Pepper," Simmons said in a statement. "KISS is a band, but also the only music brand. Continuing in our 35 year history of going where no band has gone before, we are proud to partner with E1. Like all things KISS, we intend to make this a very special show for our fans."

E1 will distribute the show worldwide, but no other details about the show have been released.

In the meantime, Simmons returns to the small screen for the fifth season of Gene Simmons Family Jewels, which premieres March 21 at 9/8c on A&E.

Are you excited to see a KISS kids' show?