The Hecks will be saying goodbye to their fans after 24 episodes from “The Middle” Season 9. And they will surely be satisfied with how things will end for he beloved family.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, “The Middle” co-creator DeAnn Heline said that she, co-creator Eileen Heisler and the cast wanted each of the 24 episodes to be special and meaningful.

“It’s always hard to think about ending a show when everything is going so right. But it’s also been nine years and we wanted to feel like we were going out on our own terms,” she said.

In August, it was announced that “The Middle” will be returning to ABC for its ninth and final season. The response that they received from fans was so overwhelming that Heline and Heisler wondered if their decision to end the show was the right thing to do. “I’m not going to lie, there’s a part of you that goes, ‘Well, maybe we should stick around,’” she said.

Meanwhile, Heline also confirmed that none of the characters in “The Middle” will be killed off in Season 9. “There will be no ‘Game of Thrones’ horrible deaths. I think it will be super funny, satisfying, and the right ending for the show. It’s the Hecks, so very exciting storylines, like their doorknob doesn’t work, so we have to fix it,” she said.

Other than this, Axl (Charlie McDermott), will also be returning from Europe, and his entire family will be surprised at how different he is. “He’s trying to be a changed man. He either has to mature or he’s going to fall apart,” the 27-year-old actor said.

As for Sue (Eden Sher), the character will be in the center of a romantic storyline. And Axl and Sue’s youngest brother, Brick (Atticus Shaffer), will also be splitting from Cindy (Casey Burke). “Everything is infused this year with a different kind of vibe. It’s still going to be the same show, but maybe it just feels a little bit more special to us,” Heline concluded.

“The Middle” Season 9 airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.