'You Me Her' Ending With Season 5 on AT&T's Audience Network

The comedy about a polyamorous relationship is set to begin production on its final season and will bring Audience's scripted roster down to three shows.
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AT&T's Audience Network is bringing one of its handful of original series to an end. 

Polyamorous rom-com You Me Her will finish after five seasons, the network says. The series, currently in the midst of season four, got a two-season renewal in July 2018. With season five set to begin filming May 21, the network opted to make it the last run.

There's no word yet on a premiere date or episode count for the final season. Past seasons have run for 10 episodes. 

You Me Her stars Greg Poehler and Rachel Blanchard as a married couple who bring a third person (Priscilla Faia) into their relationship and follows the way the new dynamic changes each of them. The series comes from creator and showrunner John Scott Shepherd and Entertainment One.

With the pending end of the series, Audience Network will be down to just three scripted shows: dramas Mr. Mercedes and Condor and comedy Loudermilk

Audience Network is available to users of DirecTV and AT&T U-Verse. AT&T is the parent company of WarnerMedia, which is planning to roll out a streaming platform under the direction of former NBC head Bob Greenblatt and chief creative officer Kevin Reilly in what is becoming an increasingly crowded marketplace. Where (or whether) Audience fits in with those plans remains to be seen.