Starz has canceled the horror-comedy series "Ash vs. Evil Dead" after three seasons, the network announced on Friday.
The upcoming season 3 finale, set to air Sunday, April 29, will now serve as the series finale.
The decision comes as Starz prepares to launch two new series next month, the Mexican-American family drama "Vida" and "Sweetbitter," an adaptation of the 2016 Stephanie Danler novel about the New York City restaurant industry.
"Ash vs. Evil Dead" starred Bruce Campbell -- reprising his role as Ash Williams from the "Evil Dead" film franchise -- alongside Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago and Dana DeLorenzo. "Evil Dead" filmmakers Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert served as executive producers on the series alongside Campbell, Ivan Raimi and Rick Jacobson. Mark Verheiden was showrunner with producer Moira Grant.
Campbell and Raimi first teamed up for the original 1981 film "The Evil Dead." Shot on a shoestring budget of approximately $350,000 in the woods of Tennessee, the film went on to gross over $2.4 million worldwide and achieved cult status.
The duo later reteamed for a series of sequels and a 2013 reboot before the TV series follow-up "Ash vs. Evil Dead" debuted on Starz in 2015 to critical acclaim.