The team behind hit family comedy Outnumbered are calling it quits after a fifth and final series.
Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner, who play the stressed parents, will be reunited with their three children for one last time in the six 30-minute episodes.
The BBC One show, which made stars of child actors Tyger Drew-Honey, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez, will feature a guest appearance from The Simpsons star Harry Shearer in the last series.
Co-creator Guy Jenkin said he was surprised by the success of the show, which relies heavily on the cast improvising around the script.
He said: “We never expect a show to be a hit, we just set out to make it as well as possible and hope that an audience comes to it. Clearly, the main reason for the show’s popularity has to be the viewers’ recognition of the daily comic chaos of family life.”
Outnumbered bosses said they had not ruled out getting back together for the occasional special.
The series starts at 9pm on Wednesday, January 29.