Fans of HBO’s fantasy series “Game of Throne” will have to start looking elsewhere if they want to enjoy the show.
HBO has announced that it will no longer release episodes of the fantasy drama series, as the show will no more appear on the cable network’s schedule this season.
“Game” fans will have until June 6 to find another show.
The decision comes as HBO prepares to move forward with the show’s second season, which will air in 2018.
Fans have been waiting for an announcement on the second season for months, and HBO said in April that it was planning to air episodes “in a few months.”
HBO, which was acquired by Time Warner in 2015, has been in the process of transitioning its programming to the streaming service for several years.
The streaming service launched in April and will be available on Roku devices, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and Xbox One.
“Game of Tones” Season 6 will be the final season for “Game,” which was produced by the same producers who produced the first three seasons of the show, which premiered in 2010.
The series stars Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Nikolaj Kukurcic, as well as Denna Truscott, Sophie Turner, Alfie Allen, Jon Snow, Samwell Tarly and Margaery Tyrell.