While some of you might celebrate your last day at work by doing the bare minimum, before throwing all of your files into the air and sassily walking out, sticking a middle finger up to the boss, it seems those who worked on Peaky Blinders had a slightly more positive experience.
The cast and crew marked the end of their hard work with a group photo, which was shared to Twitter with the caption: "That's a wrap! By order of the #PeakyBlinders cast and crew."
Naturally, most people were saying the same thing about a certain someone standing in the middle of the crowd.
"Can't help but instantly look for Cillian and sure he stands out!" one person wrote.
Another said: "Cillian is just so striking, he really stands out."
Someone else wrote: "Not much people in this world cooler than Cillian Murphy."
A fourth commented to say they'd 'spotted him straight away'.
Others just commented to say they were hyped for the programme's return, with one person writing: "YAY! Can't wait to watch the final result of your amazing work - bring it on season five!"
Praising the team for their hard work, someone else said: "Brilliant!!!! Cannot wait for it to come on @BBCOne."
A third person added: "So excited to see it now. Have really enjoyed all the pictures over the past weeks. Time to put your feet up and relax...a job well done."
Someone else pointed out the strong female presence, writing: "Love how many women are part of the film crew!"
The forthcoming fifth season will see the world 'thrown into turmoil by the financial crash of 1929'.
"Opportunity and misfortune are everywhere," the synopsis tells us.
"When Tommy Shelby MP is approached by a charismatic politician with a bold vision for Britain, he realises that his response will affect not just his family's future but that of the entire nation."
The new series, which airs sometime this year, will also make the move from BBC Two to BBC One, which no doubt means we can expect big stuff - both in terms of audience numbers and the plot itself.
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