Nov 18, 2016 03:05 AM EST

'Steven Universe' Season 4 Cancellation News: Rebecca Sugar's Series Canceled Due To Low Ratings?

Fans have been freaking out when news got out that the fourth season of "Steven Universe" will get canceled. There aren't any confirmations yet if Rebecca Sugar's cartoon series would come to an end but there have been online rumors about "Steven Universe" season 4 cancellation news. Will the series air its remaining episodes?

According to Christian Times, there are speculations about the series getting low ratings when "Steven Universe" season 4 started airing. The animated series has a good rating on IMDB but it appears that it's slowly becoming less popular to viewers.

Fans need to know that in order for "Steven Universe" season 4 to keep on airing, it needs to a massive amount of viewers. But it seems that Steven just can't get enough people to keep the show going.

Another intriguing factor that caused fans to panic about the "Steven Universe" season 4 cancellation news is that some episode titles haven't been released yet. The Morning News USA also reports that the silence of the producers and creators about the issue also gave room for speculations.

The series is also known for not airing its episodes on December so people are also worried if the next episodes of "Steven Universe" season 4 would be pushed back next year. The worst case scenario for the series is for it to be canceled.

But the latest episode of "Steven Universe" season 4 aired on Nov. 17 in the US and is entitled "Gem Harvest."The episode is about Steven's visit to Lapis and Peridot but things turn around when a mysterious stranger is brought into the picture.

For now, fans just need to wait and watch the latest episode of "Steven Universe" season 4. Since there are no official announcements yet, there is still hope for fans to see their favorite animated series.

These "Steven Universe" season 4 cancellation news are indeed a scare for fans but these are only speculations. Who knows? The series might surprise fans and release more seasons in the following years.

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