Liverpool's 2013-14 campaign captured the imagination of football fans across the country while restoring Kopites' pride in their team – and #LFCWORLD was there every step of the way.
The magazine show was launched in August to coincide with the start of the season and, from the first minute, the programme's mantra of bringing fans exclusive behind-the-scenes content from Anfield and Melwood was put into action.
Detailed profiles and in-depth conversations with the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho went hand-in-hand with broader club-related features, like Steve Hale's stunning photography collection and Ronnie Moran's return to Melwood.
Sensitive and important pieces were delivered with poise - #LFCWORLD produced a poignant tribute to young Stephen Packer one week, before making a special report into the IPCC investigations into the causes and aftermath of Hillsborough seven days later.
The Ladies' title victory was celebrated in style; Steven Gerrard tried his hand at acting as he starred in an XBOX advert and the final day of the standing Kop was brought to life by another #LFCWORLD special.
Snippets featuring old faces like Jerzy Dudek and Momo Sissoko were interweaved with the current crop of Reds stars and loanees like Suso, while newcomers to the Liverpool way, such as Brazilian legend, Cafu, were welcomed with open arms.
It's fair to say that over the past nine months, #LFCWORLD has brought fans closer to the club than ever before. So to relive a whirlwind season in five minutes, click below to watch a free video featuring the best bits from the first 41 episodes of the show.
The final episode in the first series is now available to LFCTV GO subscribers and features Brendan Rodgers, Alex Inglethorpe and a brilliant feature with Dave Williams, who immortalised our season by producing a unique and commemorative postcard for each of the 38 fixtures.
LFCTV will repeat the show on Thursday, May 22 at 12.15pm BST and 7pm. You can then catch the final episode on Friday, May 23 at 12.15pm, 7pm and 11pm. You can then watch #LFCWORLD on Monday, May 26 at 7pm.