It's been a year of TV highs and lows from obsessing over 'Love Island' to complaining about the final season of 'Game of Thrones'. Google has been keeping track of it all and has revealed what shows the people of Ireland have been looking up the most.
It's no surprise to see that 'Game of Thrones' and 'Love Island' have taken the first two spots on Google. 'Chernobyl' has impressively landed the number three slot with viewers gripped by the Johan Renck drama chronicling the horrific events of the worst nuclear disaster in history.
'Dublin Murders' ranks at number 4 with a nation no doubt googling what the hell was going on half the time.
Netflix shows take up the following three spots with 'When They See Us', 'Dirty John' and 'Stranger Things' all ranking.
RTÉ's 'Operation Transformation' comes in at number eight, while the controversial Michael Jackson documentary 'Leaving Neverland' is in at number nine. Rounding off the list is comedy hit 'Derry Girls' at number ten.
See the list below:
'Game of Thrones' also ranks number 4 in the overall searches in the country for the past year: