In a new blog post, the comedian revealed that the new series' last episode will culminate in a "huge finale".
"The New (and it seems last) series of TV Burp starts up on the 4th Feb and finishes 8 shows later at the end of March in a huge finale - SO MAKE THE MOST OF IT !!!," Hill said.
It is Hill's strongest hint that he is quitting the programme, after insisting in October that "no decision" had been made about its future.
The 47-year-old has previously admitted that working on the show, which has aired over 20 episodes a year since 2008, has left him feeling exhausted.
Reports in December suggested that ITV may replace Hill, with Russell Kane, Lee Mack and Al Murray mentioned as possible candidates.
After splitting with his agent and boss of production company Avalon, speculation has arisen over whether Hill will move TV Burp to the BBC or Sky.
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Watch a memorable skit from Harry Hill's TV Burp below: