"The Royals" is officially canceled following a four-season run.

Lionsgate Television announced the news in a tweet Monday after the series failed to find a new home following its cancellation at E!

"#Loyals, we're so thankful for your undying support of #TheRoyals, but sadly our reign has officially come to an end," the company wrote.

"It has been a true privilege to bring this series to life and to work with such an amazing cast and crew on 4 incredible seasons! #LongLiveTheRoyals," the company added.

Lionsgate Television had shopped "The Royals" after E! axed the series in August following its Season 4 finale.

Deadline said the company's talks with its sister network Pop didn't result in a Season 5 pickup.

"The Royals" followed a fictional modern-day British royal family. The show starred Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen and Merritt Patterson.

"Hanging up my tiara- The Royals is over," Hurley tweeted Tuesday.

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"We shot 40 episodes and had a blast. The best cast and crew and an incredible fan base #theloyals Thank you to everyone."

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