We've got some good news and some bad news for fans of FX's Wilfred. I'll start with the bad news first, so when I say the good news, life will seem slightly less shitty (that's the intention, anyway). So, the bad news: Wilfred is coming to an end. I know, I know—what will we all do with our lives if we can't watch Frodo Elijah Wood imagining that his neighbor's dog is a pot-smoking, foul-mouthed dude in a grimy dog suit? I already feel lost.
The good news, though: Before it ends, Wilfred will return for one last season, consisting of 10 surely awesome episodes. See? Doesn't life feel a little better now?
One more thing, though. Now, I'm not sure whether to label this following news good or bad, so I'm just gonna go ahead and mark it as neutral. If you're one of the few who don't have FX's new channel, FXX available to them in their cable package yet, this is likely bad news: For its final season, Wilfred will move to FXX.
It seems like a strange/bad decision to move a show that's ending to a completely new network, but FX is really trying to push FXX to succeed, and apparently It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The League are doing alright on there—so it's not totally confusing.
The now-final season of Wilfred will air on FXX in 2014.