NETFLIX has cancelled its hit show Sex/Life after just two series.
The shock announcement came days after lead actress Sarah Shahi called out the streaming service.
Creator Stacy Rukeyser had shared hopes for a third series of the show, which was a huge success when it launched in 2021.
But fans were left disappointed by its return earlier this year with two fewer episodes.
Sarah told Amanda Hirsch's Not Skinny Not Fat podcast: "I’m not going to put it down, but I definitely did not have the support that I did the first season from the people involved in the show.
"It became a much different thing for me, and I’m not afraid to say that."
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She said there were more moments that felt "very gimmicky" that she "couldn’t get behind”.
Sarah added: “That’s part of what I do. I’m not always gonna get along or agree with a filmmaker.
"I’m not always gonna like what I have to do or say. But that’s my job, to make it believable.
“I’m never gonna work for Netflix again now after saying all this, but I can’t lie.”
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Sex/Life was inspired by the novel 44 Chapters About 4 Men by B.B. Easton.
Sarah fell in love on set with her co-star Adam Demos.
He played her character's old fling who came back into her life while she was married with two children.
A Netflix spokesman said Sex/Life was brought to a natural close at the end of the second series.
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