The Royal Canadian Air Farce, one of Canada's longest-running comedy troupes, is wrapping up its weekly television show next season, CBC announced Tuesday.
The sketch comedy show will produce nine shows in the fall, then end with a New Years Eve special.
It made its CBC Radio debut in December 1973, producing more than 600 radio broadcasts over 24 years.
After brief stints on television in the 1980s, Air Farce took up its permanent place on the CBC-TV roster in 1993. It ran on radio and television for four seasons before moving exclusively to TV in 1997.
In 2007, the show returned to a live format with Air Farce Live.