Bravo Cancels ‘Odd Mom Out’ After 3 Seasons

After three seasons, Bravo has canceled Odd Mom Out, a satirical portrayal of one mom navigating her way through the elite society occupied by the moms of New York’s Upper East side. The show wrapped up its third and final season on Sept. 13.

“Odd Mom Out” cast

Joanna Cassidy, KK Glick, Jill Kargman, Andy Buckley, Abby Elliott, and Sean Kleier attend the after party for Bravo’s screening of Odd Mom Out at Casa Lever on June 3, 2015 in New York City. | Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

The show was based on a 2007 book called Momzillas by Jill Kargman, who also starred on the show. Kargman announced on Instagram Thursday that there would not be a fourth season of the show.

“Alas, all good things must come to an end, including this wacky gang ruining takes with peals of laughter,” Kargman began her caption, which was featured with a photo of herself and five other cast members. “I’m filled with pure GRATITUDE to @bravotvand my entire @NBC family for giving a 40-year-old mom the insanely incredible opportunity to realize my dream of working in TV and I’m *so* excited for what lies ahead. Thank you to our brilliant Odd Mom Out cast, crew, and devoted fans for three incredible seasons. I love you all so so much 🖤”

The Odd Mom Out cast also included Andy Buckley, Joanna Cassidy, Abby Elliott, KK Glick, and Sean Kleier. The show was the second original scripted series broadcast by the network. The show premiered on June 8, 2015. Each of the three seasons was made up of 10 episodes.

Bravo recently renewed its first scripted series, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, for a fifth season. The series’ last chapter is coming in 2018, according to the network. The comedy-drama series revolves around a self-help author who makes new friends and finds adventures as she faces her divorce.