It was confirmed yesterday (February 8) that the Fox medical drama, which stars Hugh Laurie, will end after eight years.
Former cast member Olivia Wilde (Remy 'Thirteen' Hadley) wrote on Twitter: "House lovers, it's the end of an era. Shows like that don't happen, well, ever. I'm honoured to have been a part of such a brilliant story."
Jesse Spencer (Robert Chase) retweeted a news story announcing the show's demise, adding: "Fare thee well, House."
Executive producer and director Greg Yaitanes wrote: "Thank you to our crew and our fans for 8 amazing seasons of House. The team has an amazing series finale in store for you."
The last episode of House will shoot in early April. The finale will be directed and co-written by series creator David Shore.
The show currently airs on Mondays at 8/7c on Fox.
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Watch a promo for the next episode of House below: