Mr Selfridge himself has revealed there will be a fourth series of the hit ITV drama.
Actor Jeremy Piven said he would be back on our screens next April and his co-star Katherine Kelly, who plays Lady Mae, has also confirmed she will return.
Posting on Twitter she let slip it would be the final series of the show and joked: "Pass me a big hat!"
Piven told Good Morning Britain he also loves being recognised as Mr Selfridge.
"I love it when people mistake me for Harry Selfridge because he was a turn-of-the-century gentleman."
He joked it was better than being mistaken for his Entourage character Ari Gold as people are usually "shouting or smacking me, it gets a little awkward."
ITV has posted a 17% rise in 2012 profit before tax, helped by growth in non-advertising revenues, and said it would pay shareholders a £156m special dividend.
The broadcaster reported adjusted earnings for 2012 of £520m on total external revenues up 3% to £2.2bn.
The jump was helped by the sale of rights to programmes such as Mr Selfridge (see above) and Titanic.
Having ended the year with net cash of £206m, the firm is paying a full year dividend of 2.6p and a special dividend of 4.0p.