After two seasons on E!, "I Am Cait," the docu-series that followed Caitlyn Jenner's life, has been canceled.
Caitlyn and E! have mutually decided not to move forward with another season at this time.
The star of the docu-series announced the cancellation to her followers via Twitter.
While E! didn't give a reason for the cancellation, it did release a statement notifying the public that is was a "mutual decision."
The show debuted to 3.9 million viewers during its premiere in 2015, but seemed to plateau during the second season when it got only 750,000 viewers for its premiere episode.
Fans and non-fans were quick to take to Twitter to voice their thoughts on the decision.
Only sad that "I Am Cait" was cancelled because she could have been a good role model. But then she endorsed Trump so...it all worked out— The real Janis (@jansc717) August 16, 2016
"I Am Cait" canceled after two seasons. That's two seasons 'too' late.— Mark Helfgott (@markhelfgott) August 16, 2016
This doesn't end Jenner's relationship with E! Entertainment. Deadline reports she will go back to having more appearances on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."And as for TV in general, Jenner's not going anywhere. She's been tapped to be on season 3 of Amazon's "Transparent."
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