Warning: You’re about to feel a lot of things thanks to the “Teen Wolf” cast and their farewell messages as they wrap up the show.

As luck would have it, the final episode of “Teen Wolf” will also be its 100th episode, making it a bittersweet celebration for everyone involved in making MTV’s iconic series. After six years of werewolves, druids, dread doctors, kitsunes and much much more, the series is about to come to a close this summer.

The cast and crew are committing everything to memory, and thanks to social media, we can share in the emotional goodbyes.

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Melissa Ponzio — Mama McCall herself — went Instagram crazy, giving us one last peek at all the “Teen Wolf” sets we love before they’re likely torn down and packed into storage forever (or at least until the inevitable Netflix revival in ten years). The one that got us teary was definitely the empty classroom with the caption “class #dismissed.”

BTS #TeenWolf ::: class #dismissed

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Guys, we’re never going to see “Beacon Hills” again after this summer! Whyyyyy??

Khylin Rambo and Dylan Sprayberry have apparently wrapped up too, and Rhambo left a touching message for both his on-screen BFF and the show.

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“Was such an honor to be apart of a rich, exciting and eventful world like Beacon Hills. I am eternally grateful for every moment i was able to spend with my cast mates, who have now quickly become new additions to my family. True bonds were formed because of this show. That in itself is more priceless than anything. This show has truly changed my life. It forced me to evolve as an actor and as a human being. Thank you so much for having me. It’s been real 🤘🏽🐺❤️ @teenwolf.”

Holland Roden went barefoot for her goodbye, which is probably a relief after spending the past six years wearing all of Lydia’s insane wedges and high heels.

Last day to the first chapter @teenwolf

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Shelley Hennig topped off the emotional rollercoaster with a final bike ride around set after she wrapped her last day. “That’s a wrap on #teenwolf thank you @mtv and @MGM for my new bike that Malia will ride into the sunset,” Hennig wrote.

“Teen Wolf” is scheduled to return in June of 2017.

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Lindsay MacDonald is a Los Angeles based entertainment reporter with an affinity for CW superheroes. She graduated from Pepperdine University with a major in Media Studies and a borderline unhealthy obsession with TV in 2012. She would much rather spend the day binge-watching ‘The Flash’ or sorting ‘Game of Thrones’ characters into Hogwarts houses than venturing outdoors. TV words to live by: “Never ignore coincidence. Unless, of course, you’re busy. In which case, always ignore coincidence.”