Cult show 'Utopia' picked up the best drama award at the 2014 International Emmys on Monday, but Channel 4 has refused to commission another series.
The broadcaster cancelled the show in October, following the second series that finished in August. Now it's confirmed that the show won't return to British screens.
However, that doesn't necessarily mean it's gone for good.
Both Amazon and Netflix have resuscitated shows recently after network broadcasters cancelled them. Amazon Prime Instant Video brought back the BBC's 'Ripper Street', while Netflix commissioned a fourth series of 'Longmire'.
'Utopia' is also getting a US remake for HBO, under the auspices of 'Fight Club' director David Fincher. 'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn will pen the screenplay.
The two previously collaborated on the film adaptation of Flynn's bestselling novel 'Gone Girl'.
After the Emmy wins for both 'Utopia' and 'Educating Yorkshire', Channel 4 chief creative officer Jay Hunt said both shows had been "defining pieces in the creative renewal of Channel 4.
"It's wonderful they have been recognised internationally for their quality and unique tone of voice."