Now the 2016-17 television season has wrapped, we're left with losses due to death, stories that ended and shows that went off the air.
We've chosen 11 (OK, so we cheated a little) who we are going to miss like crazy.
You can find them in the slides below, but don't let our say be the last on the matter.
Share your thoughts. What characters took their leave by seasons' end that you will be forever looking over your shoulder (or around the television guide) to see if you can find them again?
Crowley - Supernatural
Crowley from Supernatural. The frenemy of Sam and Dean sacrificed himself to try and put an end to Lucifer once and for all. It has been announced he will not be back as a series regular, but there is hope he may do guest spots from time to time. He will be missed. - Ron
Erin Lindsay - Chicago PD
Chicago PD won't be the same without Erin Lindsay. She's always been an integral part of the show, and a good chunk of the serialized drama has focused on her. Her relationship with Voight is so fascinating and complex; it's one of the main reasons to watch. It's hard to imagine Intelligence without her. - Stacy
Emma Swan - Once Upon a Time
Emma Swan. Once Upon a Time plans to reset itself focused on Henry, but Jennifer Morrison's decision not to continue with the series is going to leave a big hole. Possibly one that we won't be able to see past. Emma's character journey has guided and centered the show for six seasons, and it'll never be the same without her. - Mandy
Stephanie Edwards - Grey's Anatomy
Stephanie Edwards. Grey's Anatomy has been on for 13 seasons, so a revolving door of characters have come and gone. You get used to it. Stephanie Edwards will be missed, though. She's the closest character we had left to the great Cristina Yang. We just started learning more about her within the past two seasons, and could've learned so much more bit she's gone. She was the most badass resident they had. In fact, after surviving a crazy rapist, an explosion, and an inferno, she left the show more badass than when she came in. - Jasmine
Bonnie Bennett - The Vampire Diaries
Bonnie Bennett. She may not be dead, but The Vampire Diaries is, and, well, I just don't see her making her way to The Originals with Freya already the resident loophole finder. - Paul
Jackie - Powerless
Christina Kirk's Jackie on Powerless: With the demise of Powerless, I'll miss Jackie's straight-shooting flat affect antidote to Emily's gut-churning effervescence. Jackie got to be the real person in a show situated in impossibilities. Kirk carried off the long-suffering, over-capable assistant to the a-hole exec with cool and deadpan delivery. - Diana