ANOTHER hugely popular show has been given the boot, leaving fans gutted.
The show Titans has been axed and will be coming to an end after its fourth season.
It is a production of HBO Max in the US and airs on Netflix internationally.
Its current season has been divided into two parts but will now be coming to an end after being dumped from the streaming service.
HBO Max confirmed the news along with the announcement it is also cancelling another DC Universe show, Doom Patrol.
Doom Patrol will end after its current fourth season run.
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HBO Max said in a statement saying: "While these will be the final seasons of Titans and Doom Patrol, we are very proud of these series and excited for fans to see their climactic endings.
"We are grateful to Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television for making such thrilling, action-packed, heartfelt series."
It will come as a huge blow for Netflix viewers who will be saddened to hear of yet another cancellation.
Whilst there is the possibility that Netflix could pick up the show for further seasons as an international production, nothing has been confirmed.
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HBO Max added in the statement: "For four seasons, fans have fallen in love with the Titans and Doom Patrol, investing in their trials and tribulations, and in their legendary battles saving the world time and time again."
It is the latest in a very long line of shows to be unceremoniously dumped from Netflix – with the boss at the streamer even having to reassure concerned fans after the multiple axings.
The CEO of Netflix said to Bloomberg: "We have never cancelled a successful show. A lot of these shows were well-intended but talk to a very small audience on a very big budget.
"The key to it is you have to be able to talk to a small audience on a small budget and a large audience at a large budget. If you do that well, you can do that forever."
Recent shows to have faced the chop include Neil Patrick Harris' romantic comedy Uncoupled – which was dumped after one season.
As well as this, Snowpiercer recently found itself culled from the service after airing three seasons.
Two of Netflix's biggest animated shows also got the chop with bosses pulling the plug on Dead End: Paranormal Park and Inside Job.
One of Us is Lying has also been axed after one season – though that decision came from Peacock executives in the US, with the show only airing on Netflix internationally.
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