Gravity Falls, the fan favorite supernatural comedy cartoon series, will air its final episode Feb. 15, Variety reports.
Only 60 minutes remain in the saga of preteen twins Dipper and Mabel Pines, who have contended with mysterious creatures and perversions of the space-time continuum over the course of two seasons. The hourlong conclusion will broadcast on cable network Disney XD, which has served as the show's home throughout its second and last season.
Creator Alex Hirsch confirmed that part three of the "Weirdmageddon" saga would conclude not just the storyline, but Gravity Falls as a whole. Announcing the news on his Tumblr blog in November, he asserted that Disney hadn't canceled the series, but that the decision to bring it to an end was entirely his choice.
"This is 100% my choice, and its [sic] something I decided on a very long time ago," he wrote. "I always designed Gravity Falls to be a finite series about one epic summer — a series with a beginning, middle, and end."
The summer central to Gravity Falls has lasted longer than most: The show itself has been on the air for nearly four years, despite it only having two seasons under its belt. The show was defined not only by its excellence — if you're a fan of Adventure Time or Ricky and Morty, you'll find a lot to love — but its erratic airing schedule. The first season of the summer-set series premiered on the Disney Channel in June 2012; its February 2016 finale marks only the 40th episode to air overall.
Just this past fall, the series received its first video game, courtesy of Ubisoft. Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets is out now on Nintendo 3DS.