By Vlada Gelman
Updated April 29, 2010 at 09:59 PM EDT

Image Credit: Eric McCandless/ABCWe feared it might come true, and now it has. ABC Family has given the boot to 10 Things I Hate About You, The Hollywood Reporter says. The first flare that the series was in trouble went up two weeks ago when executive producer Carter Covington started tweeting that the show was on the bubble and needed all the fan support it could get. I expressed my love for the smart, funny series by writing a list of 10 Things I Hate About the Idea of No More 10 Things, which is now coming true, sadly.

Covington took to Twitter again today to announce the show’s cancellation: “Sad news… ABCFamily canceled the show :-( Thanks 2 our AMAZING fans – U R the reason I do this! Enjoy the last 5 eps – they’re fantastic!”

The show will get to finish out its season, THR reports, but with the good, comes the bad. The season ends on an “AWESOME cliffhanger,” Covington revealed to

Please accept the following preview from Monday’s episode as my condolences.

PopWatchers, are you sad to see 10 Things go? How will you cope after the cliffhanger ending? What will I do without my Ethan Peck fix? Someone, please get that boy — and the rest of the talented cast — back on TV.