Fans have praised Catastrophe's "poignant" ending as creators and stars Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney bid farewell to the hit show with a tribute to the late Carrie Fisher.
The Channel 4 sitcom aired its finale on Tuesday night (February 12), and Irish star Horgan had previously promised it would be "emotional".
Star Wars icon Fisher, who played Delaney's mother Mia on the show, died before the fourth and final series was filmed.
In the finale, Sharon and Rob arrive in the US on a family holiday to find out that Fisher's character has died suddenly, forcing them to reassess their relationship as they organise her funeral.
The show, which followed the couple's rocky relationship from an unplanned pregnancy to marriage, went full circle as Sharon revealed to Rob that she's expecting again.
Fans praised the show for it's emotional gut punch, with many saying the finale was "perfect".
God #Catastrophe is so good. I can’t believe this is the last one ????— The Greatest Joeman (@JoeWritesThings) February 12, 2019
Oh my god! That was the PERFECT end to the perfect show that is #Catastrophe! I’m in floods.— Aaron McGahon (@AarontYouGreat) February 12, 2019
What a perfect final episode #Catastrophe— Simon from Harlow (@simonfromharlow) February 12, 2019
One of, if not, the best couple on TV. Just love these characters and don't want it to end. A lovely ending. #Catastrophe— Corey Terrett (@terrettcorey) February 12, 2019
Poignant ending to the final ever #Catastrophe As Rob & Sharon swim against the 'current' - as they've done since episode 1 - to overcome their differences & save their marriage ?????????? ????????— mark foley (@mecafolidas) February 12, 2019
Brutal and beautiful #Catastrophe ??— Terri White (@Terri_White) February 12, 2019
Just cried and laughed at the final #Catastrophe. What a beautiful, slightly twisted ending!— Carrie Walsh ???? (@walshlette) February 13, 2019
There was something beautiful and romantic and tragic and scary about that final image: Rob wading in after Sharon despite the dangers. The two of them trying to stay afloat together. Dark and unsentimental but lovely. #catastrophe— Laura Starkey (@LauraStarkey) February 12, 2019