Reggie Rock Bythewood is giving Swagger fans the tough news that the Apple+ basketball drama isn’t coming back.

Bythewood announced the news of Swagger’s cancellation on social media. In his statement, he wrote that the two seasons were able to bring NBA star Kevin Durant’s experiences as a youth basketball player to audiences.

“What an amazing adventure. In our two seasons, we have launched careers, disrupted genre, brought forth humanity through our characters, told stories we care deeply about, revolutionized the way to shoot basketball and had fun,” he wrote. “That’s a blessing. KD [Kevin Durant], Brian [Grazer], Rich [Kleiman], Imagine, and CBS Studios, thanks for your trust. Apple, while you are not ordering a season three, I made the show I wanted to make. Thank you for that. Cast, writers and crew, you have my gratitude.”

“Walk on the set with Swagger. Walk off the set with Swagger. For our FAMbase, you lifted us in ways we could have never imagined,” he continued. “To the industry, don’t take your foot off the gas. Keep telling our stories.”

Swagger stars O’Shea Jackson Jr., Isaiah Hill, Quvenzhané Wallis, Shinelle Azoroh, Tristan Mack Wilds, Caleel Harris, Tessa Ferrer, James Bingham, Solomon Irama, Jason Rivera, Christina Jackson, Ozie Nzeribe, Sean Baker, Orlando Jones and Shannon Brown. The series follows a group of high school basketball players as they embark on adulthood and fame.