Another Warner Bros. DC live-action show has come to its end. HBO Max has cancelled Pennyworth, the prequel series about Alfred before he became Batman’s butler. The series concluded season three in November 2022, which is now also its final season.

Pennyworth starred Jack Bannon as Alfred Pennyworth who was a soldier and a man of action prior to his time with Batman. The show began on the cable network Epix, then it was sold to HBO Max where it joined other acquired DC live-action shows Doom Patrol and Titans.

The announcement on the fate of Pennyworth came just days after new DC Studios heads James Gunn and Peter Safran presented their plan for an interconnected universe of ten new movies and TV shows. It’s also on the heels of HBO Max cancelling both Titans and Doom Patrol after their currently airing fourth seasons.

With the cancellation of Pennyworth, the only remaining DC series on HBO Max is the animated Harley Quinn show, which has been renewed for a fourth season. A spinoff of that show, titled Noonan’s, is in the works. Over at The CW, The Flash is ending this year, Superman & Lois will start season three in March 2023 (with a potential fourth season after that), and Gotham Knights is set to debut in March.