The first season of Victoria is over and fans are LOSING IT.
The show has had the nation gripped, and viewers just aren't sure what can fill the void on all the Sunday nights standing between them and the oh-so-far-off second series.
The new series will bring Victoria into the next stage of her reign as she manages scandals, crises and the struggles of family life.
But it seems it just can't come soon enough.
Here's what people are saying:
This has been the best programme ever, I'm so upset it's over #VictoriaITV
-- THANK YOU JKR (@ohmyhorcrux) October 9, 2016
what am i supposed to do on sundays without #VictoriaITV ?? HELP
-- Megan ? (@Twelveslapels) October 9, 2016
I'm going to be so sad when I can't see Jenna on my tv every week ?? #VictoriaITV
-- hal(laur)ween? (@laurast0nes) October 9, 2016
Dunno what I'm going 2do on Sunday nights now autumn 2017 is a long time 2 wait ? but I guess good things come 2those who wait #VictoriaITV
-- Christina Borland (@Christina_b_91) October 9, 2016
The devastation has given rise to some rather hilarious tweets and memes.
-- Rana Rofifah (@RanaRofifah) October 9, 2016
-- Ashleigh? (@ashleigh_sweet) October 9, 2016
-- dee? (@CarefulDear) October 9, 2016
On a brighter note, Victoria had her baby in the finale.
-- Jonathan Simms (@JonathanSSimms) October 9, 2016
Fans were feeling all the feels during the touching scenes in which the family snuggled up after the birth.
-- olivia mcghie (@oliviarose18xx) October 9, 2016
-- Tamara (@Tammy9494) October 9, 2016
But not even the arrival of the Queen's daughter could perk viewers up tonight.