USA has canceled “Playing House.”

Creators and stars Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair announced the end of the comedy series Monday in a video posted on the show’s Twitter feed.

“Guys, ‘Playing House’ is not coming back for season four,” St. Clair said. Parham added, “Yes, we had three beautiful seasons and we just wanted to thank you guys.”

USA said in a statement, ““USA Network and Universal Cable Productions want to thank Jessica, Lennon and the entire cast and crew of ‘Playing House’ for being amazing partners for three incredible, hilarious seasons. It was an honor and privilege to be part of this best friendship. Once a Jammer, always a Jammer.”

A single-camera comedy about two female best friends who choose to live together after one of them leaves her husband while pregnant with her first child, “Playing House” premiered on USA in 2014. The second and third seasons were made possible in part by sponsorship deals that featured the show’s stars creating original ancillary branded content for advertisers. The series was produced by Universal Cable Productions

Veterans of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York, Parham and St. Clair previously worked together on the NBC comedy “Best Friends Forever.”