A popular comedy was canceled after three series due to a number of complaints.
HBO Max has picked The Other Two – the final series ends this month.
The streamer has canceled the show, which stars Drew Tarver and Heléne Yorke.
The shocking take came after the show’s creators and showrunners were the focus of numerous complaints from employees.
Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider have been accused of verbally abusing production staff on set.
Following the reports to HR, a formal investigation was reportedly held, but the two were ultimately cleared of any wrongdoing.
The Hollywood Reporter said the decision to cancel The Other Two was unrelated to the allegations.
On the show, two siblings struggle to make ends meet while Cary tries to land an acting job while his sister Brooke just struggles in general.
But her world is turned upside down when her youngest brother, Chase, finds internet fame overnight.
In a statement, an HBO spokesperson said, “We are so proud to have delivered a hilarious and poignant third and final season of The Other Two.”
“With their creative and unconventional commentary on the entertainment industry, Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider created a pop culture classic that has kept reaching new heights and resonating with so many.
“As the series finds its natural conclusion, we wish this wonderful cast and crew well.”
The spokesman declined to comment on the allegations against the show’s creators.