Desus & Mero is officially over. It was hosted by Desus Nice, The Kid Mero, and has been a popular late-night Showtime series.

A spokesperson for Showtime confirmed Monday's news to Vanity Fair, noting that Showtime's last episode aired on Thursday.

SHOWTIME's late-night talk show DESUS & MERO won't be returning for a fifth series. The final episode aired on Thursday, June 23rd.

"Desus Nice" and "The Kid Mero" will pursue separate creative endeavors in the future.

Desus confirmed the news via Twitter and thanked his fans (known as the Bodegahive) for being part of the "journey."

The news broke just hours after rumors circulated that Desus had split with The Kid Mero.

The podcast, which was hosted by the Bodega Boys for years, was stopped by the pair.

Showtime premiered Desus & Mero in 2019 and positioned the cohosts to be two of the most innovative voices in late-night television.

In 2021, finally broke into the awards circuit.

They moved one step closer to the Emmys, which are dominated by Late Night.

Mero and Desus first met via Twitter. They were connected by their common sense of humor, and they are both Bronx natives.

A staffer, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that "it's almost a miracle it lasted this long."

Many established and emerging talent we're able to call the show home, including former staff writer Ziwe who hosts her own Showtime series.

Some people felt that the show could have been on forever."