The previously announced third season of the Tanya Saracho-created Latinx dramedy will be its last. The final season, premiering April 26, consists of six episodes, in line with Season 1 but down from Season 2's 10 episodes. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Saracho wrote the final season with the end in mind. Although it wasn't a hit, Vida was critically acclaimed, drawing a rare 100 rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In a letter to fans, Saracho writes: "Rather than dwell on the ‘hows’ and the ‘whys,’ what I’m burning to get to is the ‘thank-you’ part. That’s the part that’s making my chest ache. When I began this journey three and a half years ago, I never dreamed that by the end of the process I’d be so wholly changed — mind, body and spirit — and that I’d be standing so strongly in my abilities to run and create a TV show the way it should have always been created: By us. When I started this, the landscape was a bleak one for Latinx representation. In the television landscape, the narratives about us were few and far between and were stuck on stereotypical. And I had only heard of one Latina showrunner who’d been allowed to run a show solo. Also for brown queers, there was truly no representation. This is where the thank-yous begin: Because you championed our delicate and darling little series, we were gifted three beautifully compelling, trailblazing seasons of television. Sincerely, this is why I wanted to personally write this letter, to express that your support has meant everything. It has meant two renewals and validation that our brown narrative is worth telling. I will never be able to thank you enough for your reception and endorsement. Truly." ALSO: Watch Vida's final season trailer.