‘Jeopardy!’ Fans are “heartbroken” when Mayim Bialik posts her farewell on Instagram.

Mayim Bialik is a woman of many hats. She’s responsible for co-hosting Jeopardy! alongside Ken Jennings. She did, however, previously hold the post of neuroscientist Amy Farrah Fowler for nine years on the CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory.

Through Call Me Kat, we can also see her. As this later endeavor is nearing a close, fans are devastated when Bialik leaves the show.

Call Me Kat, a new sitcom from Fox, is modeled on Miranda Hart’s British program Miranda. Along with Bialik as Kat, Leslie Jordan, who passed away in 2022, Swoosie Kurtz, Kyla Pratt, Christopher Rivas, and Cheyenne Jackson. The show’s third season will be its final. The way Bialik is opening this last chapter for the show, for herself, and the viewer is as follows.

Mayim Bialik bids farewell to ‘Call Me Kat’

Earlier this week, Bialik shared a photo of herself and her Call Me Kat colleagues on Instagram. She wrote in the image’s caption, “It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.”

“We were able to make a lot of people laugh during COVID in ways that at first seemed impossible. But everything that once seemed impossible has suddenly become possible owing to this incredible cast, which also includes Cheyenne, Swoosie, Julian, and Kyla, as well as the late Leslie Jordan.”

“Decide the ending you want, but for me, this is how I believe we all come out: Randi and Carter get married and live happily ever after, Kat and Max live happily ever after, and Sheila is forever in everyone’s life offering love and wisdom. Phil will always be around.” We value your company as we embark on this adventure.”

Fans are not yet ready to say goodbye to Kat or Bialik.

After three years of following Kat’s journey as someone “who struggles every day against society and her mother to prove that you cannot have everything you want – and still be happy,” the news of the show’s cancellation was just recently made public.

Since its premiere, the show has received a range of reviews; season one had a 41 out of 100 rating from Metacritic. Nevertheless, it received a nomination at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series. The next year, it was nominated for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series.

According to Variety, the network was well aware of this response and it had a significant influence on their choice to terminate. The network stated in a statement, “We are tremendously proud of Call Me Kat. Unfortunately, it did not elicit the positive response we had anticipated. We value our working relationships with Warner Bros. Television, BBC Studios, That’s Wonderful Productions, Sad Clown Productions, Mayim Bialik, Jim Parsons, and the entire Call Me Kat cast and crew.”

The show has passionate admirers who are not yet ready to say goodbye, despite its contentious background. “I am so heartbroken!” pleaded one person. “This show was amazing! Could a different network take it up? I am unprepared.”

The show was praised by another user, who said, “This show is so amazing, thank you for all the laughs and a lead character I could relate to.”