Togetherness is coming to an end on HBO.
The network has decided not to order a third season of the half-hour comedy from Mark and Jay Duplass and Steve Zissis.
"Although we have decided not to proceed with another season of Togetherness, we look forward to continuing our strong creative collaboration with the talented Jay and Mark Duplass,” HBO said in a statement.
The creative team also released a statement via Mark Duplass' Twitter account:
We got the news today that HBO has decided not to renew our show. And, while we are certainly feeling all the sadness that comes with this kind of news, our predominant reaction is one of overwhelming gratitude for all of you.
Millions of you tuned in to watch a personal niche show about sensitive people and the sensitive feelings that they feel sensitively. In a time where you h ave so many great options on TV, we don't take this lightly and we will be forever grateful for your kind words and support. Know that we love all of you and that we will be back soon!
Your Fans, Jay, Mark, and Steve
The decision to cancel isn't surprising, as the audience for Togetherness began small and declined in the second season.
Additionally, HBO has several new half-hour series coming, including Sarah Jessica Parker's Divorce, Vice Principals from Danny McBride, as well as Insecure, Crashing and new episodes from High Maintenance.
The final season of Togetherness will continue airing through April on HBO.
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