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The third season of DC’s Stargirl is coming to an end, the creator has released a statement

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The CW has announced that Geoff Johns’ teen superhero series, Stargirl by DC, will officially come to an end after its third season ends this December. This cancellation came after the network was acquired by new management in the form of Nexstar Media Group.

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Stargirl has always held a special place in my heart for many reasons. With all the changes brewing at the network, we knew this might be the last season, so we wrote with that in mind and delivered what I believe to be the best season ever Stargirl however, with full creative closure,” Jones said in a statement (via Deadline). “The cast and crew are amazing and I would like to thank them for helping me bring this series to life. Breck embodied Courtney in every possible way – with grace, strength and humor – beyond my wildest expectations. I’m grateful to WBTV and The CW for giving us a home to tell this story and honor my beloved late sister, and I’m so grateful to the press and fans who have always supported us through three wonderful seasons. Most series don’t make it that far. We could not be more proud of our show and the fan community it has built!”

In addition, titular star Breck Basinger also released a statement regarding the series ending. She expresses her gratitude for the opportunity to play the character, thanks to Jones, the cast, crew and fans of the show.

“Playing Stargirl and being a part of the DC Universe has been the greatest honor and I’m so grateful for every moment of it,” Basinger said. “I would like to thank our fearless leader Geoff Jones, as well as WBTV, The CW, the cast and crew Stargirl, and of course the fans. Thank you. This show will forever be in my heart.”

Stargirl stars Breck Basinger, Yvette Montreal, Cameron Gelman, Amy Smart, Trey Romano, Anjelica Washington, Luke Wilson, Meg DeLacy and Joel McHale. The second season featured Issa Penarecha, Alkoya Brunson, Nick Tarabay, Jonathan Cake, and Jim Gaffigan, along with John Wesley Shipp as Jay Garrick in the Arrowverse.

The series follows high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore (Brake Basinger) and her stepfather Pat Duggan (Luke Wilson) as they lead an unlikely group of young heroes to challenge the legacy of DC’s very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America.

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Stargirl created by character creator Geoff Johns, who also produces through his Mad Ghost Productions banner alongside Greg Berlanti and Berlanti Productions. The first season debuted on DC Universe, but was then renewed for a second season CW.

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