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This is SO sad although it isn’t entirely surprising.
Nickelodeon has officially canceled Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande’s show Sam & Cat after it was put on a “permanent hiatus” back in April.
In fact, the network has already began airing promos for the very last show — which is being called the series finale — titled #Getting Wiggy.
“Nickelodeon will not be producing more episodes of Sam & Cat. We are very proud of the show and its very talented cast and we wish them all the best.”
The network’s biggest stars and best friends, Jennette and Ariana, were the two leads of creator Dan Schneider’s hit show, which isn't even done with its first season yet, but drama behind the scenes are believed to have led to this show’s downfall.
Although since Jennette has been a part of Nickelodeon for 7 years and Ariana has been there for more than four years — maybe everyone agreed that it was just time to move on!
We're sad to see the great show go, but these stars' happiness is the most important thing in the long run!
And now it's on to the next thing for everyone involved in this one and done show!