Witches Of East End Canceled: Lifetime Cancels Show

November 5, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Witches Of East End canceled. Lifetime has canceled Witches Of East End after two seasons, leaving fans with many unanswered questions.

witches of east end canceled

Witches Of East End
canceled after two short seasons. In a statement issued by Lifetime, it was revealed that due to poor ratings and reviews, Witches Of East End has ended.

Witches Of East End
starred Jenna Dewan Tatum, Rachel Boston, Julia Ormond and Madchen Amick.

The supernatural drama ended last month on many cliffhangers, which will never be solved. Season 2 of Witches Of East End concluded with Ingrid (Boston) learning that she was pregnant, but fans have no idea who the father is.

Frederick was murdered, while Dash (Eric Winter) switched bodies with Killian (Daniel Di Tomasso) and Wendy (Amick) finally met her estranged sister.

Dewan Tatum, who was not thrilled with the way the show ended, said:

“I think it’ll be fans in a frenzy [after the Season 2 finale], not gonna lie.In good ‘Witches’ fashion, there are a few new storylines that are opened up that you just have to see how they’re resolved.”

Dewan Tatum, spent much of the past week flooding Twitter with hundreds of tweets and retweets featuring the hashtag “#RenewWitchesOfEastEnd.” One fan showed support by tweeting:

“I just watched a marathon and I really want to know the father of Ingrid’s baby. Everybody wants a season 3!”

Another one added:

“#WitchesofEastEnd is being released on DVD in Australia on December 10. 1 day after my bday. Please #RenewWitchesOfEastEnd.”

In the actress last tweet about the series, she wrote:

“It’s midnight! The witching hour is here! Who wants Season 3?!? Midnight tweeting party!”

But despite the star’s and the fans’ push, the network decided to dump the show. Boston who was fighting to keep the show alive, eventually told the fans goodbye:

“Thank you to everyone who went on this extraordinary journey with us. Your love, kindness, and support is forever magic. #WitchesofEastEnd”

So, who do you think is the father of Ingrid’s baby? Are you sad that Witches Of East End was canceled?

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    1. Diane says:

      Honestly it was one of the shows that was written well and I enjoyed very much. I guess they need room for another one of the more stupid movies that they put on. What a waste. Big mistake. Bye Lifetime.

    2. Stacy says:

      This is why people don’t want to start watching new shows.
      1)they only make like 8-12 episodes a season
      2)you get interested and invested in a show and the characters only to have it cancelled after 1 or 2 seasons
      This is why people I know don’t start watching a show until it has already been on 2-3 seasons. You think, hay this one is starting its 3rd season maybe I should watch the first 2 and start watching it regularly. Good interesting different & unique shows are getting the short end of the stick from Hollywood these days.

    3. meghan says:

      Really Lifetime, Really?? One of the better shows on television. So out of the norm of reality shows, talk shows. WOW, I am so very disappointed. It was such a good show.
      Why is it the original shows are being cancelled? First Longmire (another network obviously) and now Witches? I am so tired of the same old, same old tv shows. I have to admit, if Devious Maids gets cancelled also, I am done with Lifetime.
      UGH!

    4. Alice says:

      Really! At least answer all the cliffhangers! What a shame, really liked it.

    5. Calie says:

      I can’t believe there ending the show! So stupid why do all good shows get cancelled but stupid ones stay aired?! Who ever made the final decision is an idiotic jerk! You could have at least done one more season to tell all the fans that did love it what the conclusions all were! Soo freaken mad! #WitchesofEastEnd


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