Category Archives: Cancellations

Jane By Design Deserves a Second Chance

It took me weeks, but I finally sat down and watched the season finale of Jane By Design. Or maybe I should say series finale? Rather abruptly — after just one season — ABC Family decided to cancel the show, which only garnered a 0.4 rating for its finale [source].

“BILLY, WTF?!” Photo: The Uptown Lounge

While Jane By Design may not have been on par with the supernova ratings for Pretty Little Liars or Switched at Birth, it was a highly popular show with a fan base that’s now angry to boot. And rightfully so. Cancelling Jane By Design was premature and I want it back! Continue reading

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CW Round-Up: The Secret Circle Cancelled, Gossip Girl Spared

Well, apparently only bad news was written in the stars for The Secret Circle. The CW cancelled the ailing show about a coven of teenage witches. In addition to The Secret Circle, The CW also cancelled Sarah Michelle Gellar’s thriller Ringer. I guess we’ll never know more about dark magic or evil twins. Sigh.

“See, that’s where they send us after we’ve been cancelled.” Photo: TV.com

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Make It Or Break It Has Been Cancelled

Bad news ya’ll. ABC Family has cancelled its gymnastics drama Make It or Break It. ABC Family will make the May 14 season finale the show’s series finale. The news was confirmed by the show’s executive producer Holly Sorensen who tweeted, “MIOBI nation. We all love you so much. And we are, very sadly, three weeks away from the series finale of #miobi.”

Photo: The Hollywood Reporter

This is a real shame, but it makes sense. Continue reading

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10 Things I Loved About One Tree Hill

In case you missed it, One Tree Hill had its series finale. After eight –yes EIGHT — seasons, the moody and often ridiculous drama went off the air.

That means that One Tree Hill has been on television since 2003. That means that when One Tree Hill premiered, it was on The WB, not The CW. That’s pretty impressive.

Only true fans remember this. Peyton was right all along ya'll! Even she left!

When One Tree Hill first began, I was instantly hooked. Though my interest waned in later years, I’ll always love this show. Let’s give it a proper farewell with some of my favorite things about the series. Continue reading

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Ringer Is In Trouble, Ya’ll

It’s highly likely the CW’s show Ringer will be cancelled after this season. The drama starring Sarah Michelle Gellar only garnered 1.1 million viewers on Tuesday night, failing to gain the 18-49 year old demographic with only a 0.4 rating.

Photo: Entertainment Weekly

Ringer is one of four CW shows struggling right now. Continue reading

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