It's the end of the road for Happy Endings. No, really.
The cult-favorite comedy, which was canceled by ABC in May, failed to find a new home before the actors' deals ran out, Deadline reports.
The six actors' options with Sony, the studio which produces Happy Endings, expire this weekend. Sony had been pounding the pavement even before Happy Endings' official cancellation to secure a new home for the series. Possible options included cable stations such as USA and TBS, as well as streaming services like Netflix.
The Twitter account run by the show's writers' room, @HappyWrites, all but confirmed the show's official demise on Friday, writing, "Gonna close down this Twitter in the next week or whenever; soon."
Will you miss Happy Endings?