Sorry, the handful of you who watched it: A&E has opted not to renew their longtime series, Dog the Bounty Hunter, after eight seasons on the air. If you didn't watch it, the show followed Duane "Dog" Chapman and his family as they tracked down fugitives mostly in Hawaii. 

The decision was made, apparently, after negotiations for the new season came to a halt over "creative differences." 

This isn't the first time the series has gone off the air, though it will most likely be the last: In 2007, the series was briefly halted after a a recorded phone conversation leaked that featured Dog using racial slurs to describe his son's girlfriend.

[via Gawker]