It's the end of an irreverent, music-centric finger pointing and laughing era.

Yes, after 18 sometimes glorious years and 28 series, 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' has been put to bed by BBC Two.

The BBC today announced the news saying that: 'After 28 series we've decided not to bring Never Mind the Buzzcocks back to the BBC. This will create space for new entertainment formats in the future.'

The show, which produced some golden moments in the past thanks to the genius of presenters Mark Lamarr, Simon Amstell and all the guest hosts that took over from Amstell after his departure, as well as team captains Phill Jupitus, Sean Hughes, Bill Bailey and Noel Fielding, was only rebooted by BBC Two late last year with comedian Rhod Gilbert as permanent host.

If you ask us, it was never really the same after Amstell's departure, who managed to slag off pretty much every guest to their face and get away with it. Long may it live in our memory.