FX Renews ‘Wilfred’ for a Fourth and Final Season

FX has renewed Wilfred for a fourth season, which will be the show’s last, THR reports. The series will move to FX’s sister network FXX, where it’ll join other ex-FX comedies like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League, and Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. Unlike previous seasons, which ran for 13 episodes a piece, the fourth season of the Elijah Wood/talking dog series will be 10 episodes long.

David Zuckerman, who created the US version of Wilfred (based on the Australian show of the same name), will return as co-showrunner for the final season. Zuckerman was showrunner on the first and second seasons of the show. Zuckerman will serve as co-showrunner alongside Reed Agnew and Eli Jorne. Wilfred has been experiencing declining ratings since its second season, which is likely the reason for FX pulling the plug.

FX Renews ‘Wilfred’ for a Fourth and Final Season