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Elijah Wood: 'Wilfred' Ending After Fourth Season in 2014

Elijah Wood: 'Wilfred' Ending After Fourth Season in 2014

Elijah Wood‘s beloved comedy series Wilfred will be ending after its fourth season, according to Variety.

The 32-year-old actor’s show, which follows a manic depressive man who sees his neighbor’s dog as a full grown man (Jason Gann) in a dog suit, debuted in 2011 and broke FX’s ratings records as the most watched comedy on the network.

The network reportedly told Wilfred‘s creative team that the fourth season would be the final one well ahead of time so that storylines can be wrapped up in the 10-episode season, set to air in 2014. The final season will be aired on the new FXX network.

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It sucks Wilfred is ending. I’m bummed completely out but I’m also glad they get to tie up those loose ends and answer the questions we all want to know. In fact, with a show such as Wilfred, it does have a shelf life and it’s good to end it before it gets stale and boring.

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