After three seasons, Billy Eichner and Kulie Klausner's dry comedy series Difficult People is getting cancelled by Hulu, Deadlinereports.
The series was created and executive produced by Julie Klausner, with Amy Poehler also serving as an executive producer, and was Hulu's first original series of such caliber to air on the streaming service. The show also starred Andrea Martin, James Urbaniak and Cole Escola.
"I feel great about the show that I got to make," Klausner told Entertainment Weekly. "I feel like the luckiest girl in the world. There are amazing shows that have ended after three seasons, like Strangers with Candy, Arrested Development--I don't mean to self-aggrandize myself by comparing myself to those great shows--but I'm really proud of the work we did and the series as a whole."
One groundbreaking aspect of the series was its fearlessness in calling out sexual predators in Hollywood.
"We have three seasons full of Kevin Spacey jokes," Klausner said. "To the point where I was worried we had too many. I think season 2, I made a point of making sure every script had one."
While she's sad the show has ended, Klausner says she wouldn't be opposed to doing a film version as a closing chapter for fans.
"I'm really proud of the series as a whole," she said, "and I would love for it to live again; I would love to do a movie at some point."
All 28 episodes from Difficult People's three seasons are now streaming on Hulu.