The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story came to a close Tuesday night with a nail-biting finale that saw the famed football star getting acquitted of murder! (Who knew?!)
While the ending to this widely praised event series was set from the start, it didn't make the conclusion any less thrilling or emotionally powerful.
However, after 10 weeks, reactions from fans varied from those who loved the show to those who just wished they could have re-written history, Inglourious Basterds-style, and convicted O.J.
Check out some of our favorite celeb reactions to the thrilling series finale of The People v O.J. Simpson.
HOW was I feeling suspense as they were preparing to read the verdict on #ThePeopleVsOJSimpson ??? This show is so well done.— Holly Madison (@hollymadison) April 6, 2016
Ugh, I have to totally have to stay off Twitter until I can watch #PeoplevsOJSimpson - NO SPOILERS!— Paul Scheer (@paulscheer) April 6, 2016
Literally every one of the reaction shots of white people & Black people finding out OJ got off needs to be a gif NOW! #PeoplevsOJSimpson— W. Kamau Bell (@wkamaubell) April 6, 2016
Is it worth catching up on the People vs. O.J. Simpson now that the ending is out?— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) April 6, 2016
Of all the players in the People Vs OJ Simpson, this was the aftermath that surprised me most. pic.twitter.com/L1pZn3dcRw— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) April 6, 2016
They should've allowed Marcia Clark to smoke in the courtroom. #ThePeopleVsOJSimpson— Sarah Colonna (@sarahcolonna) April 6, 2016
Maybe they'll find him guilty just for our viewing pleasure. #ThePeopleVsOJSimpson— Sarah Colonna (@sarahcolonna) April 6, 2016
I was shocked watching "The People v OJ Simpson" tonight when they said he was guilty as if this didn't already take place in real life.— Fortune Feimster (@fortunefunny) April 6, 2016
My ending of #ThePeopleVsOJSimpson prediction:— Lenny Jacobson (@Lennyjacobson) April 6, 2016
Guilty verdict - cut to black - Screen reads: "You're Welcome" .
The fantastic #ThePeopleVsOJSimpson reminds you that the jury were complete idiots & OJ Simpson brutally murdered Ron & Nicole. The end.— Lenny Jacobson (@Lennyjacobson) April 6, 2016
What incredible television! Give them all the Emmys. Outstanding writing elevated by incredible actors! #ThePeopleVsOJSimpson— Candice Patton (@candicekp) April 6, 2016
Recently, prosecutor Christopher Darden -- portrayed brilliantly on the show by Sterling K. Brown -- exclusively opened up to ET about the Trial of the Century, and what he regrets most about the prosecution's high-profile legal battle. Check out the video below to hear more.