'Wilfred' renewed: Season 4 to be last, will air on FXX
"Wilfred"'s fourth season will be its last. The Elijah Wood and Jason Gann-starring comedy will get one more season, and is being moved from FX to the network's new spinoff channel, FXX.
Season 4 will see original showrunner David Zuckerman return to co-showrun the series with Season 3's heads, Redd Agnew and Eli Jorne. "Wilfred's" fourth season will be slightly reduced, as it's getting 10 episodes instead of its usual 13.
"Wilfred's" ratings had dropped considerably from Season 2 to Season 3, and there was some concern that the series wouldn't be renewed. Fortunately for fans of the dark comedy, "Wilfred" will be able to have its swan song and tie up all remaining loose ends following the Season 3 cliffhanger ending.
Also having made the move to FXX are "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "The League," "Legit" and "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell." Are you glad "Wilfred" will get one final season?