The second series of Derry Girls is set to end tonight and we must admit we’re feeling pretty gutted about having to say goodbye to Erin, Sister Michael, Grandad and co.

The second instalment of the hilarious Irish series has gone by in the blink of an eye but we’ve adored every minute.

This series had many iconic moments including Gerry making sambos at the funeral and the frantic journey to Belfast for the Take That concert.


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It never failed to make us laugh until our sides hurt and there’s no doubt the season finale will be no different.

Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee warned fans not to miss out on tonight’s episode which is airing a little earlier than usual.


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The finale will hit the telly screens at 9pm rather than the usual 9.15 pm slot, so set an alarm!

The series finale is set to focus on U.S President Bill Clinton’s visit to Derry in 1995.


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Saoirse Monica Jackson commented on the series finale on Instagram, “It’s the last episode of Season 2 of #derrygirls tonight on @channel4 at 9pm , Thank You to everyone who has tuned in this season & for all the kind words you have sent our way, it has been one hell of a run, get your tissues ready because tonight is an absolute belter.”


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Nicola Coughlan added: “We’ve saved the best for last #DerryGirls Series 2 Finale 9pm.”

Don’t forget to tune into the Derry Girls season finale at 9pm tonight on Channel 4.