All good things—or things that were once good and have since become played out—come to an end.
The Hills will no longer be alive with the sound of Audrina Patridge, Kristin Cavallari, Lo Bosworth, Stephanie Pratt and, er, some other people, after the upcoming sixth season, which, MTV has confirmed, will be its last.
"We are lucky and honored to have worked with this cast and tell their stories for this long, and we are grateful to the many dedicated fans who have stuck with us over the years," Tony DiSanto, MTV's president of programming, says in a statement. "We owe it to those fans, the cast and the show to go out on a high note. And this season will deliver on that goal in terms of drama, story, real emotion and an organic culmination of this saga."
No word yet on whether original Hills denizen Lauren Conrad will return for one more moment in the sun, but the network promises that the last go-round will feature myriad storylines, including Audrina's relationship with Ryan Cabrera and Kristin dealing with rumors that she's a drug addict.
The Hills' final season premieres April 27.
Does The Hills still qualify as must-see TV, or has it been downgraded to Embarrassing TV on your DVR?