Season 4 of the series, which is based on the Australian comedy of the same name, will consist of 10 episodes that will air on sister network FXX.
Season 3, which ended in September, averaged 580,000 total viewers per episode, down considerably from an average of 1.16 million for the second season. That's also a far cry from the series premiere in June 2011, which drew 2.55 million viewers.
"Wilfred" joins "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Legit," "The League" and "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell" on the new network FXX, which caters to a younger-skewing audience. According to FX, the comedy's median viewer age is around 36.
"Wilfred's" original showrunner David Zuckerman, who stepped down last year, will return to the show as co-showrunner for the final season.