The Time Traveler's Wife, a sci-fi romance drama series, has been cancelled by HBO after just one season, the network said today.

The cancelled HBO series was based on Audrey Niffenegger's 2003 novel of the same name, as first reported by Deadline.

Rose Leslie plays Clare Abshire in the show, and Theo James plays Henry DeTamble. It details the relationship and marriage of the two characters.

The Time Traveler's Wife, a two-season series that had its third season renewed back in 2021, has been cancelled, joining the Paramount+ series Why Women Kill.

Stephen Moffat, who worked on the HBO production as a writer and executive producer, led the charge. Moffat is best known for his contributions as a Doctor Who writer.

All six of The Time Traveler's Wife's episodes were directed by David Nutter, who also served as the show's director.

Sue Vertue, Brian Minchin, and Joseph E. Iberti were also executive producers in addition to Nutter and Moffat. In cooperation with Warner Bros. TeleVISION.

Desmin Borges as Gomez and Natasha Lopez as Charisse round out the ensemble cast.

The first episode of the six-part television series aired on May 15, 2022. The series will finally come to an end with the season finale, which aired last month on June 19.