Fox has cancelled the Denis Leary-fronted household sitcom The Moodys after two seasons, TVLine has realized. A community supply confirms that the sequence won’t be again for a 3rd season.

The Moodys kicked off Season 2 in early April, however was pulled from the community’s schedule after solely 5 episodes. It returned earlier this month with its closing string of episodes; the sequence finale airs this Sunday at 9:30/8:30c.

Tailored from the Australian sequence A Moody Christmas and starring Leary, Elizabeth Perkins (Weeds) and Jay Baruchel (Man Searching for Girl), The Moodys follows a tight-knit, however barely dysfunctional, household by their misadventures. Whereas the primary, six-episode season was set at Christmastime, Season 2 does not revolve round a vacation.

The Moodys‘ freshman run averaged almost 2 million complete viewers and nearly a 0.5 demo ranking in December 2019. Season 2’s first 5 episodes, which aired on Thursday nights, averaged 1.1 mil and a 0.3 — however with a midseason transfer to Sundays, these tallies dropped to barely 500K and a 0.15 ranking. Out of all of the scripted exhibits Fox has aired this TV season, it solely fared higher than the puppet comedy Let’s Be Actual.

TVLine’s 2021 Renewal Scorecard has been up to date to replicate The Moodys‘ demise. Will you miss spending time with The Moodys? Drop your ideas on the cancellation in a remark under.