Ellen's Game Of Games has officially been axed by NBC.
It was reported by Deadline on Tuesday that the Ellen DeGeneres-hosted primetime game show's fourth season 'will be its last on the network.'
Season four was compromised of 20 episodes that ran from October 2020 until May 2021.
Axed: Ellen's Game Of Games has officially been axed by NBC
Ellen's Game Of Games first debuted on NBC in 2017 with an eight-episode order and originally served as a holiday season fill-in for the network, according to TVLine.
The show has contestants play a variety of quirky games that originated from the 63-year-old comedian's talk show in the hopes of winning $100,000.
It is hosted by DeGeneres, with her talk show co-host Stephen 'tWitch' Boss serving as the announcer.
After proof of strong viewership, Ellen's Game Of Games was upgraded to a year-round primetime slot.
Fourth and final: It was reported by Deadline on Tuesday that the Ellen DeGeneres-hosted primetime game show's fourth season 'will be its last on the network'
The first season of the family-friendly game show averaged a rating of 2.00 in the 18-49 year old demographic and over 8million viewers, as recorded by TV Series Finale.
For comparison, season four averaged a 0.49 rating and 4.69million viewers.
Ellen's Game Of Games had a 48-episode run and earned DeGeneres two Primetime Emmy nominations in 2018 and 2019.
Along with her hosting duties, DeGeneres also served as the show's executive producer.
Other executive producers include Kevin A. Leman II, Mary Connelly, Ed Glavin, Andy Lassner, Derek Westervelt, Daniel Norris, Noah Bonnett and Jeff Kleeman, as reported by Deadline.