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.