Dros yr haf bydd S4C yn darlledu rygbi rhyngwladol o'r safon uchaf, gyda thaith y Llewod i Dde Affrica a thaith Cymru i Ganada a'r Unol Daleithiau ymhlith yr arlwy. Mae'r daith i Dde Affrica, sy'n cynnwys deg gm gorfforol a thanllyd, yn cychwyn yn Rustenberg wrth i'r Llewod herio'r Royal XV - tm cyfansawdd wedi ei seilio ar ranbarthau rygbi gogleddol y wlad, gan gynnwys y Griquas a'r Platinum Leopards.
Ymunwch ag Eleri Sin, Arthur Emyr a Joost van der Westhuizen am yr holl uchafbwyntiau.
This show has been one of the most entertaining series to date, not least because of the wealth of amazing acts that have left us either stunned, amazed or just cringing.
In recent weeks we've seen incredible dance acts such as Flawless, Diversity and nimble-footed youngster Aidan Davis, while the vocal acts haven't been bad either. Shaun Smith's rendition of Ain't No Sunshine was well worth a second and third look the other week.
Now we find out who has the right stuff to win over the masses and perform at the Royal Variety Performance. For judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan it's been a tricky task filtering the downright awful acts as well as the genuinely talented ones. Early favourite Susan Boyle has already become an international star.
However, there's no shortage of other outstanding acts also hoping to clinch victory.
Who will win? Stay tuned for the final show of the series, which follows later, to find out..