The sequel to Chucky, a show that aired for a mere two seasons, has been cancelled.
The show, created by Rob Huebel and Stephen Moyer, premiered in 2002 and was one of the first original TV shows to get its own network.
It followed Chucky as he was an outcast from his hometown of New Orleans and tried to take on the criminal underworld with a ragtag band of friends.
The new series, which is still going strong, stars Matthew Broderick and Adam Baldwin as the original gangsters, who were originally set to play an important role in the Chucky franchise.
But it was canceled after only two seasons.
“We are very saddened to announce that Chucky: The Second Season is not going to be on the CW,” the network said in a statement to The Verge.
“Chucky is a true family favorite and will always be a special part of our lives.
We are so grateful to Rob and Stephen for making this happen.”