This season of one of RTÉ's most popular series came to its conclusion last night (Sunday 13th June).
As previously reported, this year's 'Reeling in the Years' has proven to be the most popular season of the show yet.
The series reviews the events of a particular selected year.
The last ten weeks have covered the years 2010 to 2019, with the latter being the subject matter of last night's 'Reeling in the Years' episode.
2019 saw Offaly's Shane Lowry won the British Open, while President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence both came to Ireland for a visit. Moves were made to impeach Trump, and everyone was talking about 'Love Island'. Irish nurses, farmers and meat factory employees took to the streets in protests.
In the UK, Theresa May stepped down as Prime Minister, with Boris Johnson taking her place. Elsewhere around the world, there was protesting in Hong Kong and the continuation of war and destruction in Syria.
The tragic deaths of Gay Byrne and Lyra McKee were also highlighted in last night's 'Reeling in the Years'.
The show ended - as many predicted this season would - with a subtitle that stirred dread in the hearts of many: "On 31 December 2019, international news agencies carry the first reports of an unknown virus."
We all know what followed...
Many took to Twitter to respond to the 'Reeling in the Years' episode's final moments and praised the series overall, mourning the fact that it will be a decade before we get another season.
You can watch all ten episodes of the 2010s edition of 'Reeling in the Years' on the RTÉ Player now.
Try out our 'Reeling in the Years' quiz below.