Mica and Marcus - two of the stars of Channel 4’s Gogglebox – are set to leave the show after five years on the screen.
The pair have been fan favourites during their time on the popular show, where people watch other people watching telly, but have released a statement explaining their decision to leave.
The pair wrote: “We’ve had so much fun with you all tuning in at home and the hardworking Gogglebox crew but it’s time to put down the remote and see what else God has in store for us.
"To everyone that has tuned in & sent us messages of love and encouragement over the years, we appreciate every last one of you. Thank you so much.”
The pair also posted a similar announcement on Instagram, paying their thanks to the show that made their name.
They shared: "We just want to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to @c4Gogglebox for having us for the last 5 years, even though we had to travel so far for filming (downstairs & through the corridor) it was so worth it, it’s been an epic journey!
"You guys are the bestest of the best,
"We’ve had so much fun with you all tuning in at home & the hardworking Gogglebox crew’s but it’s time to put down the remote and see what else God has in store for us.
"To everyone that has tuned in & sent us messages of love and encouragement over the years, we appreciate every last one of you. Thank you so much.
"To the amazing cast, you’ll forever be our G’box brothers & sisters 4life.”
The post concluded: "And lastly, To all our Yardie friends & family that always big us up to whoever will listen, when you’re chatting about our departure, the program’s called GOGGLEBOX not GOOOOOGLEbox, it’s not a dam search engine."
To be fair, it is an easy typing mistake to make – we’ve also learned the hard way about that over the years.
They’re not the only ones to leave the show in recent times, with brothers George and Joe Baggs also leaving the show earlier this year.
Those two have managed to land on their feet though, having recently bagged a position at the BBC on Radio 1.
The pair will be presenting on Christmas Day as part of the radio station’s TikTok Takeover, taking a slot from 3:30pm.
The BBC hope that their involvement will offer ‘fans the opportunity to hear their favourite TikTok stars in a completely different light’.
As for Gogglebox, you can still catch that at 9:00pm on Friday nights on Channel 4.
You might just have to learn a new set of names every now and again.