Disney+ has canceled its series Diary of a future president after two seasons.
Creator Ilana Peña announced the news Monday on Twitter: “We discovered that #diaryofafuturepresident will not continue with season 3 at Disney+,” she wrote. “Of course, we want to keep telling this story, but I’m really grateful for the two seasons we’ve made.”
Diary of a future president is the third original series to debut on Disney+, premiering in January 2020 (two months after the platform’s launch). It’s also an anomaly on streamers for two reasons: It’s not based on pre-existing IP and comes from an external vendor, CBS Studios.
Disney+ refreshes the series for a second season in May 2020; that season, which turned out to be the last, debuted in its entirety in August. The series stars Tess Romero as Elena Cañero-Reed, a high school student who will become the president of the United States. Gina Rodriguez, executive producer of the series, reprises her role as adult Elena; The cast also includes Selenis Leyva, Charlie Bushnell and Michael Weaver.
Peña, who has an overall contract at CBS Studios, executive produces with Rodriguez, Keith Heisler and Molly Breeskin.