After 25 years on the air, Channel Nine has axed The NRL Footy Show following continued plunging ratings.
The show, hosted by Erin Molan after she replaced Paul ' Fatty' Vautin earlier this year, has ended for good.
The NRL Footy Show first aired in 1994 and won 11 Logies for 'Most Popular' show on Australian TV.
The sports program's axing follows poor ratings, a later time slot and budget cuts.
It's unclear what the cancellation means for the hosts future at Channel Nine.
Nine's Director of Sport Tom Malone said: "It's been an incredible ride for The Footy Show. A quarter of a century of laughs, controversy and first-class footy analysis.
"I want to thank everyone who has contributed to this amazing era of live sports-entertainment television – from producers, editors, camera operators, the players, guests and of course the legendary hosts.
"Fatty holds the record for the longest serving host of any prime time Australian TV show – a tribute to both his understanding of the game, his authenticity, and not to mention his incredible comedic timing.
"In recent years, Erin has equally brought a new energy, perspective and showed her passion for the game."
Regular host Beau Ryan also took to Twitter to share his response to the sad news.
He wrote: "Thank you 2 everyone that contributed to the Footy Show over the last 25 years.I grew up idolising Matty Johns, Sterlo, Chief & to work with Fatty was a dream come true.
"Erin & Big marn are legends.Thanks 4 the memories, & if anyone needs me I’ll be halfway up the Centrelink queue.."