New Directions is no more. After six seasons, the Glee series finale aired Friday night. (Warning: spoilers ahead)

The series’s two-hour finale appropriately ended with One Republic’s “I Lived.” (video above)

The first hour of the finale jumped back to 2009 when Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) first formed New Directions. Lots of flashbacks, with some behind the scenes info we didn’t know. Kurt (Chris Colfer), Rachel (Lea Michele), Mercedes (Amber Riley), Artie (Kevin McHale) and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) all let us in on their lives pre-Glee. There was a wonderful tribute to Cory Monteith too.

While the first hour took us back, the second hour went five years into the future, telling us how all the characters ended up….and of course, a whole lot more performances. One of the songs Rachel performs was a beautiful original written by Darren Criss, who played Blaine, called “This Time.”

Criss told Entertainment Weekly, “I wrote ‘This Time’ as a love note to all things Glee. … I wanted Rachel’s words to encapsulate not only her own personal journey, but everyone’s experience of being a part of this show.”

Here’s a quick recap of Glee’s series finale by JustJared

-Mercedes goes on tour as Beyonce’s opening act and doesn’t get back together with Sam
-Sam becomes the new director of the New Directions
-McKinley High becomes a performing arts high school and Will is named principal
-Rachel wins a Tony Award and is married to Jesse St. James
-Kurt and Blaine are having a baby… and Rachel is their surrogate
-Tina and Artie are back together
-Sue is the Vice President of the United States, serving under President Jeb Bush
-The McKinley High theater is renamed to the Finn Hudson Auditorium