Fresh Off The Boat will come to an end after its sixth season.
The single-camera ABC sitcom will wrap with a special one-hour finale February 21st 2020.
The show's cancellation comes just months after star Constance Wu publicly complained about Fresh Off The Boat getting renewed for its sixth season.
Ending on a high note: Fresh Off The Boat will not be coming back for a seventh season
Reflecting upon the show's success, President Of ABC Entertainment Karey Burke told Variety: 'We couldn't be prouder of this game-changing show and the impact it has had on our cultural landscape.'
Fresh Off The Boat made history as being the first primetime TV show centered around an Asian-American in over two decades.
'The success of Fresh Off the Boat has helped pave the way for inclusion throughout the industry. Nahnatchka Khan and her brilliant creative team have created an unforgettable series with an Asian-American family front and center, something that hadn't been done in two decades.
'The cast, led by Randall Park and Constance Wu, is one of the finest and funniest on television. We'll miss the Huang family and are eternally grateful for the incredibly heartfelt stories they have told these past six seasons.'
On the plus side: Constance Wu (above Thursday) might be breathing a sigh of relief after the cancellation, as she's previously complained about the show interfering with other projects
A bit much: The star later admitted that her comments were a bit 'dramatic,' but that she was only emotional because the renewal conflicted with another project she was excited about
While fans may be sad about the show coming to an end, there is one person who is likely relieved by the cancellation.
Star Constance Wu reacted strongly after the show was renewed for a sixth season back in May, taking to