Project Greenlight will not be coming back for a fifth season on HBO, EW has learned.
Matt Damon, who executive produces the show with longtime friend and collaborator Ben Affleck, revealed the news in an interview the Associated Press published on Tuesday.
“I really liked it and thought that the show went great,” said Damon, who has been promoting his new movie Jason Bourne. “I’m not one to question [their programming]. They do such a great job. But we have to take it out again.”
The documentary series, which follows the production of a film, could wind up at another network or streaming service.
“There are places where I think we could do really well,” he told the AP.
The first two seasons of the series aired on HBO. Bravo aired season 3 before the series returned to HBO. Season 4, which explored The Leisure Class, faced controversy following Damon’s statements on diversity and subsequent apology in September 2015.
HBO did not immediately respond to EW’s comment request.