Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's paranormal comedy series, 'Truth Seekers', has been cancelled by Amazon after a single season.

Frost revealed the news on his Instagram, saying that the news was "a massive kick in the willy". Vivid, but accurate.

"We really put our all into this - our heart and soul, and blood in some cases, so to not come back is really sad for us. I think we had lots of lovely ghost stories to tell... stories that will remain now untold."

The series starred Nick Frost as a broadband installer who, along with his colleague played by Samson Kayo, film their paranormal investigations and upload them online. At first, the incidents are small and infrequent, but things begin to spiral out of control and become more and more deadly. The supporting cast of the series included Malcolm McDowell, 'The Mighty Boosh' star Julian Barratt, Emma D'Arcy (who's since been cast in 'House of the Dragon'), and Simon Pegg.

Although Amazon Prime never reveals its viewing figures, 'Truth Seekers' did have some decent reviews going for it. The series had a 76% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but a number of the reviews cited the series for being just a little bit too predictable for Pegg and Frost.