Award-winning American sitcom Modern Family will finish after its 11th series.
The 10th season of the program focusing on an extended mixed family is currently on the ABC network in the United States. It flies on Sky One in the UK.
It was one of the first primetime sitcoms to have a gay couple – Mitchell and Cameron – as protagonists.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays Mitchell, tweeted: "Will be hard to say goodbye. Love my family."
Nolan Gould, who plays Luke Dunphy, thanked fans for their support on the program's official Twitter feed.
Modern Family has won many awards throughout the race. They include five Emmys for outstanding comedy series; and Golden Globe; and four Screen Actors Guild Awards for outstanding performance of a comedy series ensemble.
ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke described the show as "one of the most common and iconic comedies in television history".
She added: "In his last season there will be several milestone events that anyone who has been a fan of the series will not miss."
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