Lifetime has announced that they’ve cancelled Witches of East End after only two seasons.
The show, which averaged 1.13 million viewers in its second season, followed the Ingrid, Freya, Joanna, and Wendy Beauchamp, all of whom are powerful witches who must contend with dark forces that plague their town of East End.
The second season finale, which would now be considered the series finale, left fans with quite a few cliffhangers that, unfortunately, will never be resolved.
The stars of the show took to Twitter to express their sadness over the cancellation, but also to thank fans for their continued support:
Not enough love in the world for the amazing cast, crew, writers and fans of #WitchesofEastEnd. This has been an incredible journey! I ❤️ U
— Jenna Dewan Tatum (@jennaldewan) November 5, 2014
Thank you to everyone who went on this extraordinary journey with us. Your love, kindness, and support is forever magic. #WitchesofEastEnd
— Rachel Boston (@rachelboston) November 4, 2014
With an incredibly heavy heart, I have to bring myself to say good-bye to the strong, beautiful Witches &… http://t.co/teiU3uIRx4
— Mädchen Amick (@auntwendythecat) November 5, 2014
— Daniel di Tomasso (@danielditomasso) November 5, 2014
Big thanks to the @WitchesEastEnd supporters over the past 2 seasons. You're the best! Sorry the show is gone but we loved entertaining you!
— Eric Winter (@EricWinter1) November 5, 2014
Likewise, fans of the show are equally as devastated about the news. While Witches of East End didn’t have a huge amount of viewers, it did have a very strong and devoted fan base:
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