The Republic of Sarah's fate revealed after season 1

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Photo credit: The CW
Photo credit: The CW

The Republic of Sarah has been cancelled by The CW after just one season.

Series creator Jeffrey Paul King took to Instagram on Thursday (September 2) to announce the news and to inform fans that Monday's episode will act as the series finale.

He wrote: "I'm sad to say the news is not good. The Republic of Sarah will come to an end on Monday with what will now be our series finale.

Photo credit: The CW
Photo credit: The CW

"Thank you so much to everyone who watched and who let our little show into their lives. It means the world to us. Please tune in on Monday and help us say goodbye to Greylock."

With the exception of the planned cancellations of Supernatural, Black Lightning and Supergirl, The Republic of Sarah is the only other show not to earn another season — all the others have been renewed.

The show follows high school history teacher Sarah Cooper (Stella Baker), who uses her local geography knowledge and a really random loophole to declare her New Hampshire town an independent country. This is to stop businesses from mining for mineral coltan after it was discovered underneath the town and ruining the lovely views.

Alongside Baker, Blindspot's Luke Mitchell starred as Sarah's estranged brother Danny, Reign's Megan Follows as their mother Ellen and Awkward's Hope Lauren as Sarah's friend Corinne all starred in the series.

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The cast and crew of the show all posted comments on King's Instagram post, including Baker who simply wrote: "Love u" with a love heart emoji.

Landry Bender, who played one of the school students wrote: "Thank u for creating this family jpk", and Izabella Alvarez, who played another student wrote: "Forever my family. I love you all so much".

Xander Berkley added: "You all did an amazing job creating a world we were all so happy to inhabit. Would that the 'powers that be' had thought to promote it. I have a hunch it would have caught on if they had."

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