Fans and followers of the British Royal Family are in celebration after HBO cancelled "The Prince" for good. They reportedly "rejoiced" on social media, with some netizens even making criticisms toward the animated series.

A fan account of Prince William and Kate Middleton, using the handle "The Cambridges" on Twitter, asserted that they are "so happy" about the cancellation of the "awful cartoon." It is, also, pointed out that the series "should never have aired" in the first place.

Another individual reportedly stated that the axing was "good," adding that "The Prince" was a bad material. A different netizen echoed the statement and posted that the show "was insulting."

Express UK said that the remarks have emerged "despite the fact it had never been aired" in the United Kingdom. But, the public would recall that the series consistently received an apparent backlash from royal fans ever since it first made an entrance to the world of television.

The cancellation news of "The Prince" came earlier on Wednesday. HBO and HBO Max Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys confirmed it with Deadline during an interview tied to the TCA.

He said that the show, which provides a "biting look" at the British Royal Family through the eyes of Prince William and Kate Middleton's eldest child, is "not moving forward." While the executive did not disclose the reasons for the decision, he emphasized that "adult animation is still full-steam ahead" under the headship of Suzanna Makkos.

"The Prince" is one of the four original animated titles from HBO Max. Only one of the said shows received a green light for a new season, which is "Close Enough."

A separate report from Express UK described the British Royal Family-centered cartoon as material that gives a "satirical look" at the lives of the members. This is especially true for the eldest child of the Cambridge Royals, who is set to become a King of the United Kingdom after Prince William.

Series creator Gary Janetti voiced the oldest Prince of Cambridge. Lucy Punch and Sophie Turner lent their voices for the characters of Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte, respectively.

Other members of the cast include Orlando Bloom, Condola Rashad, and Dan Stevens. They voiced Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Prince Charles and Prince Philip, respectively.

"The Prince" first aired on the platform in July 2021. Months prior to its arrival, though, waves of backlash made headlines as it not only targeted the British Royal Family but the royal children, specifically.

Town & Country recalled the statements of women's rights activist Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu when news of the animated series broke across media outlets. She told "Good Morning Britain" that "children are off limits," adding that "creating a parody to poke fun at an 8-year-old is not funny."