Pour out a 'Gansett for The Mick.

Fox has canceled the Kaitlin Olson-starring comedy series after two seasons, Deadline reports.

The series starred It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Olson as Mackenzie "Mick" Molng, a trashy lady from Rhode Island who moves to ritzy Greenwich, Connecticut to take care of her wealthy and spoiled niece and nephews after their parents go on the lam to escape white-collar criminal charges. It co-starred Sofia Black-D'Elia, Thomas Barbusca, Carla Jimenez and Scott MacArthur.

The show was created by Dave and John Chernin and premiered to strong (but football-boosted) ratings in early 2017, but declined in Season 2. Season 2 ended on April 3.

The Mick may be over, but it will love on through Hulu. And Kaitlin Olson will be seen again in the similar role of "Sweet Dee" Reynolds when she returns to Sunny for Season 13 later this year.