Social media rumors have been swirling this week about Netflix’s hit series “Last Chance U” returning and moving to another school.

Indeed, it will return for a fifth season in 2020 and at a new location. The show’s official Twitter account announced it will move to Laney College in Oakland, California.

The show has featured Independence Community College the last two seasons.

“We feel fortunate to be picked up for a fifth season and feel equally lucky to be able to tell the story of the California JUCO system through the stories found at Laney College and in the city of Oakland, California,” said Last Chance U director Greg Whitley in an email to Esquire. “Coach Beam has had a Hall of Fame career, and as he begins his 40th year coaching we’re thrilled at the chance we’ll get to tell the stories found on the team, the school, and within the city of Oakland itself.”

Laney College is a JUCO powerhouse and has produced over 20 NFL players. The program is also coming off of a championship season, as it won the 2018 CCCAA championship. While the show is titled “Last Chance U,” head coach John Beam is aiming to show that Laney College is “First Chance U.” He recounted his address to the team upon breaking the news to his players.

“I told them we’re not ‘Last Chance U,’” Beam said, via MercuryNews.com. “We’re your first chance. We’re your Best Chance U.

“I said you’re not (rejects). All those kids from the other shows either left school, got kicked out from a four-year school or something. Well, that’s not us. You’re the kids who came here for a reason. To better your grades or better you football outlook. We’re your best chance.”

The show is already filming at Laney College.