Get this, you guys, it’s officially been 10 years since Good Luck Charlie premiered on Disney Channel and, boy, do we feel old! That’s right, the fan-favorite series might have aired its first episode on April 4, 2010, but it feels like just yesterday fans watched Bridgit MendlerShane HarperSamantha Boscarino, Jason DolleyBradley Steven PerryMia Talerico, Eric Allan Kramer and Leigh-Allyn Baker totally take over their TV screens!

To celebrate 10 amazing years, some of the show’s cast members posted some seriously emotional tributes on social media, and it brought on all the feels!

“Coming to your TV 10 years ago yesterday. Happy anniversary!” Bradley wrote on Instagram, alongside an adorable snap from on set of the Disney Channel show.

Too cute! Eric added, “It was a decade ago today, Charlie Duncan taught the fam to play… They never went out of style, and they’re guaranteed to raise a smile… So may I introduce to you, the fam you’ve known for all these years… Good Luck Charlie’s dad jokes burnt toast ba-a-and…#charlieisten.”

“Ten years ago today, Good Luck Charlie made its debut!” Leigh-Allyn captioned a photo of the entire cast.

For those who forgot, the show followed the hilarious Duncan family with middle daughter, Teddy, (played by Bridgit) producing a brand new video diary addressed to her toddler sister Charlie (played by Mia) during each episode. Naturally, each installment included some type of chaos that ensued throughout the household as Teddy filmed her vlog-like videos. The series went on for four seasons before it ended in February 2014, and it featured some pretty epic celebrity guest stars along the way. Ever since it ended, fans have seriously longed for a comeback of the iconic show.

Although there’s no plans for a reboot in the near future, Good Luck Charlie fans are able to binge-watch the entire series from start to finish, thanks to Disney+. BRB, going to watch reruns on repeat now!

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