The Thundermans is officially ending. After reaching the milestone of filming more than 100 episodes, Nickelodeon's series about everyone's fave superhero family is over. The network released a statement to J-14, expressing just how much they will always appreciate the show.

"After four amazing seasons and 103 episodes, Nickelodeon's landmark series, The Thundermans, has wrapped production. We are incredibly proud of our dedicated and talented cast and crew, who have helped make the show one of Nick’s longest-running live-action sitcoms. Premieres will continue to air throughout 2018," the statement from Nickelodeon reads.

The cast has made it clear since filming of Season 4 began that they too were unclear about the what the fate of the show was going to be, but now they have been slowing taking to social media to share their goodbye messages.

Kira Kosarin let everyone know the final table read with the whole cast was already getting her super emotional.

Same girl, same. And she then shared a photo of herself suiting up as Phoebe for the last time. "Here I am, wearing my supersuit for the very last time, full of love and gratitude. Thank you for the best 5 years of my life. ?⚡️," she wrote in the caption.

Jack Griffo started his goodbye to the show last week, posting a photo of some of his catmates all smiles as they filmed their last scene at Splatburger, which any fan of the show knows that's the place all the characters have created some memeories each season. Seriously, there have been a ton of dates there!

He too, like Kira, then shared a pic of himself in costume for the last time, all smiles of course. "For the last time ⚡️," jack wrote in the caption.

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This is all too much already! Diego Velazquez shared a pic of the whole family together doing a bow after a taping writing, "family…forever" in the caption.

Addison Riecke decided to go down the nostalgic root and share a throwback pic of her and Diego from their first ever episode, since they are in the process of filming the final one now.

"In honor of filming our last episode this week, here's a throwback to the pilot episode of the #Thundermans.⚡️," she wrote in the caption.

And even other members of the Nick family are getting all sentimental about the series ending. So nice to know we're not the only ones out here. Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn star Lizzy Greene shared her own precious pics along with Addison and Diego, writing just how much she's going to miss seeing her buds every day while they're all working.

"my fam? I remember watching the thundermans before I even auditioned for NRDD. you guys have given a killer 4+ year run, and i'm so proud of you all? cant wait to see what wonderful things you will do in the future? I will miss you guyss >^<," Lizzy wrote.

OK for real, now we're starting to tear up. But there's still plenty of Thundermans episodes left to air that you'll see on your TV screens into next year. Plus, they did film the Thunder In Paradise movie that aired back in June which was all types of epic, so it's safe to say this show will for sure go out with a bang when it does come to its conclusion. The whole cast and crew should be nothing but proud.