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"This is the End"

The Johnson Brothers, as seen from one of the most recognizable scenes from Amazon's "The Garbage Can Man Show"
 

    "The Garbage Can Man Show" Now in Its fourth season. Has achieved a slew of awards and nominations, including a nomination for "Best Short Film" in the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. This year (2018) was the shows must critically acclaimed to date. However, after days of discussion with the shows cast and crew, it has been decided that due to, director and lead animator Preston Hazard's growing, (and always changing) taste in film. The show will not be re greenlit by Amazon for a new season. So to put it bluntly, season four will be the shows final season. So on a personal note, I want to thank everyone who has been a part of the series including but not limited to: Writers, voice actors, guest stars, sponsors, and of course our amazing background music provider John Flywheel.

I look Foward to working with my amazing crew on the production of the last episode as well as look forward to what the future has in store for all of us as a team! Finally, I want to thank all of those who kept watching this train wreck of a show and "suffering through" two years, four seasons, and soon to be twenty-five episodes. I couldn't have done it without all of you. For the last time, Thank you all!

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