Netflix has announced that one of its greatest successes, Orange Is The New Black, is coming to an end.
The comedy drama for women in jail will end after her next seventh series.
In a video on the program's official Twitter account, cast members including Uzo Aduba and Taylor Schilling promised that it would come out with a bang.
It was aired for the first time in 2013 and has been very successful in collecting the Emmy and Screen Actors Guild awards.
The show takes place in the fictional prison of Litchfield and is based on the 2010 memoir, Orange Is The New Black: My Year In A Women's Prison, by Piper Kerman.
It quickly became a great success for Netflix and is one of its largest and most original series.
Uzo Aduba who plays Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren said: "In the seventh season, you will not be disappointed.
"It's a season he will not forget and we'll give him everything and more than he could have wanted."
"I am very grateful for the fun, the knowledge, the friendships, the love, the family that we have created together," he added.
Kate Mulgrew, who plays Galina "Red" Reznikov, said: "I'm going to miss playing and living on the edge of one of the most innovative, original and controversial series of this decade."
The show has been praised for its representation of prisoners, as well as addressing issues such as gender, race and sexuality.
"Orange Is The New Black changed my life"
The cast of the series has been sharing the news on social media with messages for viewers and their time in the series.
Adrienne C. Moore wrote on Instagram that the actors "would not be where we are today" without the followers of OITNB.
"OITNB has changed my life and introduced me to so many wonderful people from all over the world! With this official message from the end of our career, my heart is a bit heavy, BUT excited for what is coming," Selenis Levya wrote on Instagram.
Uzo Aduba quoted Winnie The Pooh on Twitter and wrote: "How lucky I am to have something that makes it so hard to say goodbye."
"Thank you very much for this opportunity to work with all of you and change my life in every way every day," said Taryn Manning, who paid tribute to his fellow cast members on Instagram.
The decision to end a shutdown comes as Netflix's popularity continues to rise.
It added seven million new customers in the three months to September, bringing its total to more than 137 million.
Another of his successful original shows, House of Cards, will also end after a final season that will launch in November.
The final episodes of Orange Is The New Black are expected to air on the summer of 2019.
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