The former Love Islander, 31, took to Instagram to thank fans of the programme, which follows his journey - along with his twin Adam, older brother Ryan and dad Dougie - to learn more about his Indian heritage.
What did Scott say?
"I can't believe this is the last episode guys," he wrote on Instagram on Wednesday (May 3), alongside a crying emoji.
"It's been the most incredible experience reliving this special journey with all of you! The feedback has been overwhelming, from people letting on in the supermarkets to the delivery guys at my door, all showing so much love!"
Massive thank you.
Writing further, Scott said he's "grateful" for "having this opportunity with my two best mates and my dad".
He continued: "Hopefully we will get to do something similar again soon. Massive thank you to the incredible team at @multistorytv for pulling things together so beautifully! What a team!
"And massive thank you to @itv for welcoming us into their family!"
Scott concluded his post with a plea to fans of Mancs In Mumbai, ahead of the last episode in the series.
"Hope you all enjoy tonight," he said. "And if you can share any hype around the show on your socials, it would be so much appreciated #lastepisode #mancsinmumbai #thomasbros #itv."
Journey at an end
Fans will be gutted to see the Thomas brothers' emotional journey come to an end.
But luckily for viewers, ITV is lining up something great to take its Wednesday evening slot.
Mancs In Mumbai is making room for the return of light documentary series Bradley Walsh And Son: Breaking Dad.
Bradders and Barney are back for a special outing combining both series one and two of their road trip programme. What's more, it's set to feature an episode comprising previously unseen outtakes from their two trips across the US.
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