The Tuckers, the BBC Welsh comedy series set in the Welsh valleys and created by and starring Steve Speirs, will not be returning for a fourth series.
The series follows the fortunes of the Tucker family, a close-knit, extended family of ‘loveable rogues’ who earn their living in a number of ways - many of which are on ‘the wrong side of the law’.
Glyn Tucker (Steve Speirs) lives with his mother Peggy (Lynn Hunter) and his two sons Billy (Joshua McCord) and Bobby Tucker (Ben McGregor). The multigenerational family are constantly looking for ways to bring in more money via their ‘legitimate’ catering business whether it’s selling wine or furniture removal.
A BBC spokesperson said: "We'd like to thank the series' creator, writer and actor Steve Speirs for bringing the Tuckers to life as well as the incredible all-Welsh cast who brought the close-knit family of loveable rogues to our screens. After three series we bid the characters farewell and look forward to announcing some brand-new comedy series soon."
Steve Spiers posted on Twitter: "For all those asking about the next series of TUCKERS…Sadly, Its not been recommissioned. To everyone who followed the lives of Peggy, Billy, Bobby, Nats, Shaks, Lush, Clock , Dawn and Melvyn… THANK YOU (I’m sure Glyn and Murphy are still arguing down that bog as I type)xx"
The Tuckers is available to stream now on BBC iPlayer.