It’s official. The third season of OWN’s courtroom drama series All Rise will be its last.

Starring and exec produced by Simone Missick, the final 10 episodes (Season 3B) will premiere on Saturday, September 16 at 9 pm on OWN.

This is the first official confirmation that the series not see a fourth season. As Deadline previously reported, the cast had been released by producing studio Warner Bros. Television ahead of the Season 3B run and cancellation was expected.

“We are extremely proud of the positive impact All Rise has made in showcasing strong, accomplished Black female characters,” said Tina Perry, President of OWN.  “We are so grateful to all of our creative collaborators and wish to thank the talented cast and crew for their dedication and incredible work on the series.”

The NAACP Image Award–nominated series takes an intimate look into the lives of those working within the justice system in a bustling Los Angeles courthouse. It picks up immediately following the events of the dangerous Smash and Grab case, which left the courthouse in chaos and many lives in balance.

In addition to Missick as ‘Judge Lola Carmichael, the ensemble cast includes Wilson Bethel as Judge Carmichael’s best friend, Deputy District Attorney ‘Mark Callan,’ Jessica Camacho as public defender ‘Emily Lopez,’ J. Alex Brinson as bailiff-turned-public defender ‘Luke Watkins,’ Ruthie Ann Miles as Lola’s judicial assistant ‘Sherri Kansky,’ Lindsay Mendez as victim advocate ‘Sara Castillo,’ Lindsey Gort as defense attorney ‘Amy Quinn’ and Marg Helgenberger as ‘Judge Lisa Benner.’ Recurring cast also includes Samantha Marie Ware as law clerk Vanessa “Ness” Johnson, Paul McCrane as Judge Jonas Laski, Suzanne Cryer as Deputy District Attorney Maggie Palmer, Roger Guenveur Smith as Judge Marshall, Christian Keyes as Robin Taylor, and Ian Anthony Dale as Louis Bravo.

Dee Harris-Lawrence, Missick, Michael M. Robin, and Len Goldstein are executive producers of All Rise, which is produced by Warner Bros. Television.

The series was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series at both the 2021 NAACP Image Awards and the Black Reel Awards for Television in 2020. Missick was also nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series at the NAACP Image Awards and the Black Reel Awards for Television in both 2020 and 2021.