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American Vandal—the best satire of self-serious true crime dramas and one of my favorite shows in the past few years—has been canceled by Netflix. As Dylan Maxwell might say: This is a little bitch move.

Variety reports that American Vandal will not continue for a third season at Netflix, which announced in a statement, “We’re very grateful to the creators, writers, cast and crew for bringing their innovative comedy to Netflix, and to the fans and critics who embraced its unique and unconventional humor.”

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As perfect as I found American Vandal’s first season, which centered on some mysteriously spray-painted dicks in a school parking lot, the show’s second season (focused around a prankster named “The Turd Burglar”) was definitely a tonal departure. Whereas Season 1 totally transported me with its faux-documentary style, Season 2 felt more like a scripted show.

(Also, I’ll take a dick joke over a poop joke any day! Dick drawings are never not funny. Fight me.)

Season 1 notably won a Peabody and was nominated for an Emmy.

The series might still find new life elsewhere. A source close to Netflix’s decision told Variety that other platforms are interested in picking it up.