If "Hannah Montana" turning a whole decade old on Thursday, March 24, 2016, doesn't make you feel your age, congratulations: nothing will.
In 2016, we’ll be marking many more significant pop culture anniversaries, from “Batman” and “Star Trek” to “Rocky” and “The Silence of the Lambs.” Here’s our annual, extremely subjective list of notable anniversaries, and we dare you not to say, “Has it really been that long?”
Elvis Presley becomes King: 60th anniversary
JAN. 28: A 21-year-old former Memphis truck driver makes his national TV debut on the Dorsey Brothers' "Stage Show" and begins his transformation into the world's biggest pop idol.
'The Ten Commandments' turns 60
NOV. 8: The special effects may look cheesy today, but Cecil B. DeMille's epic retelling of the Bible story remains compelling.
'As the World Turns' turns 60
APRIL 2: Zsa Zsa Gabor, with actor Anthony Herrera, as they rehearse for CBS-TV "As The World Turns" at studio 52 in Manhattan on Nov. 19, 1981.
'Batman' turns 50
JAN. 12: Holy Anniversary! Can it really be a half-century since Adam West donned the Caped Crusader's tights? Oooof!
The Beatles' final concert: 50th anniversary
AUG. 29: The Fab 4 took the stage at San Francisco's Candlestick Park in their last official performance. (Except we didn't know that at the time.)
'Star Trek' turns 50
SEPT. 8: Not even the wildest sci-fi writer could envision the staying power and impact this NBC series would have.
The Monkees turn 50
SEPT. 12: Hey! Hey! The made-for-TV band brought the energy of "A Hard Day's Night" to the small screen.
"All the President's Men" turns 40
APRIL 9:"All the President's Men" -- Hollywood's Watergate tale starring Robert Redford, right, and Dustin Hoffman as Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, respectively -- turns 40 on April 9, 2016.
'Charlie's Angels' turns 40
SEPT. 22: Was there an adolescent American boy who did not have a poster of Farrah Fawcett-Majors on his wall? Doubtful.
'Songs in the Key of Life' turns 40
OCT. 8: With this ambitious, critically acclaimed double album, Stevie Wonder became the first American artist whose album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts.
'Network' turns 40
NOV. 27: What the heck would Paddy Chayefsky say if he could see what TV has become today?
'Rocky' turns 40
DEC. 3: And 40 years later, Sylvester Stallone's Philly pug is still flying high now.
'Top Gun' turns 30
MAY 16: Playing a jet jockey named Maverick, Tom Cruise becomes a box-office star.
Lindsay Lohan turns 30
JULY 2: Lindsay Lohan is born in New York City. OMG, she's 30?
'The Oprah Winfrey Show' turns 30
SEPT. 8: Not quite yet ready to be identified only by her first name, a Chicago morning TV host goes national.
'The Silence of the Lambs' turns 25
FEB. 13: In which we learned that fava beans and a nice Chianti are the perfect accompaniment to liver. And we don't mean calf's or chopped.
'Thelma & Louise' turns 25
MAY 24: Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon take one hell of a road trip.
'Rugrats' turns 25
AUG. 11: A Nickelodeon cartoon proving that a baby's-eye view of the world can be terrifyingly funny.
'Nevermind' turns 25
SEPT. 24: Nirvana's album debuts; flannel shirts become high fashion.
'The Macarena' turns 20
AUG. 3: Los Del Rio's goofy, addictive dance spent 14 weeks at No.1. Admit it: You danced it at your office holiday party. (Ah, if only social media had existed then.)
Tupac Shakur: 20th death anniversary
SEPT. 13: The influential rapper dies, six days after he's gunned down in Las Vegas. His killer remains unknown.
'Everybody Loves Raymond' turns 20
SEPT. 13: Twenty years later, we're still waiting for another TV show about a Newsday sports writer.
'Jerry Maguire' turns 20
DEC. 6: And yes, people are still walking around saying, "Show me the money" and "You had me at hello."
'Hannah Montana' turns 10
MARCH 24: Do we really need to repeat the fact that a decade ago Miley Cyrus had not yet learned to twerk?
'30 Rock' turns 10
OCT. 11: Hey, Liz, Jack, Jenna, Kenneth, Tracy, a reunion show is long overdue.
'Casino Royale' turns 10
NOV. 14: Daniel Craig debuts as James Bond. Nine years later, he asserts that he'd rather slit his wrists than continue playing 007.
"TomKat" turns 10
NOV. 18: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes tied the knot in a lavish Scientology ceremony in Italy. How'd that work out?