The Premier League season is over and now the Super League is set to take over the prestigious Monday Night Football slot.
You can enjoy rugby league on Monday nights throughout the summer and to whet your appetite, we've got a cracker up our sleeves to kick things off.
Leeds will face St Helens in a repeat of last year's Grand Final and it'll be the first of nine Monday night games between now and August.
Boots 'n' All caught up with some of the star men from both sides to tell us what we can expect from the game - and from the new Monday night format.
James Roby (St Helens)
I think that's what the sport needs and what it deserves really. It needs to be more widespread and more well known throughout the country and beyond. Hopefully if this Monday night does work and it starts to get more viewers and more people get interested in rugby league as a sport then ultimately it has achieved its goal
Danny McGuire (Leeds)
Rugby league is a sport that tries to push the boundaries a little bit and create new things with the Play-Offs and different things we've done over the past five or 10 years. Bringing it to Monday nights is a good idea. We'll see what the figures show, but as a player you just want to be involved in the big games. A Leeds-Saints game... it doesn't come much bigger.
Paul Clough (St Helens)
You have the Monday Night Football with the Premier League and stuff like that and it's good to be a part of that. It'll be a bit different having the weekend in and not being able to do anything, but I'm looking forward to that. It's the start of something new and hopefully we can get off to a good start on Monday night.
Rob Burrow (Leeds)
Obviously Leeds-Saints games are always good, but there's a bit of added spice with it being a Monday night game. I'm really looking forward to it as I always do, but it's a little bit different, which is exciting for the players as well as the fans.
Lance Hohaia (St Helens)
We played them here five or six weeks ago and did a really good job then, but I'm sure this time around they'll be ready for a battle. They're the reigning premieres and it's going to be a tough game, but we've put last weekend's loss behind us and we're looking forward to this match.
Ryan Hall (Leeds)
Ideally we would like to be first. We see ourselves as a top side and we're seventh at the moment, which is a bit of a repeat of last year really. It's a bit edgy for the fans but we know we can pull out some good performances when we need to.