There is a difference for the new series though – the duo are in Australia this time.
While it might sound like a good excuse for a trip to the other side of the world, there is another reason why this year’s show is in Oz.
The view of space down under is totally different from what we might see up in the UK, so we'll get a different perspective on those twinkling lights.
Of course, the time difference also means that dawn will be on the cusp by the time the show broadcasts. However, O Briain and Cox (and, more likely, their team of astronomers) will have been watching the skies all night to bring us some interesting analysis by the time they go on air.
There will also be pre-recorded segments about the cultural impact in Australia of astronomy, with the first episode looking at the importance of the Milky May on indigenous communities.
For those who can’t get enough of the space-chat, Stargazing is airing across Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8pm.