Channel 4 has dropped the US drama 'Scandal'.
More4 showed the first two series of the drama, but won't broadcast the third.
A spokesperson from the channel confirmed the news to Digital Spy.
"We can confirm that More4 will not be showing the new season of 'Scandal'," they said.
"We appreciate that this may be disappointing news to fans of the show, and decisions like these are never taken lightly, but please be assured that, as always, we're striving to bring other new and exciting shows to the channel."
The series won an Emmy in 2013 and was also nominated for a Golden Globe. It was created by Shonda Rhimes, who also wrote for 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Private Practice'.
'Scandal' stars Kerry Washington ('Django Unchained', 'Ray', 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith') as Olivia Pope, communications director at the White House who leaves to start her own crisis management team. The only thing is, her past has a habit of catching up with her.
It also stars Columbus Short ('Death at a Funeral'), Darby Stanchfield ('NCIS'), and Katie Lowes ('Transformers: revenge of the Fallen').
The third series finished earlier this month in the US.
A fourth series hasn't been announced yet in America, but it's thought to be a dead cert.
Source Digital Spy