'Witches Of East End' Cancelled By Lifetime


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Witches of East End has been cancelled by Lifetime after only two seasons.

According to E! News, the series, which starred Jenna Dewan Tatum, Julia Ormond, Mädchen Amick and Rachel Boston, will not be returning for a third season.

The series is based on the book series of the same name and followed the Beauchamp family of witches.

Unfortunately, season two ended without wrapping up any loose strings, causing distress for fans who will never find out what happens to their favorite characters.

"Thank you to everyone who went on this extraordinary journey with us," Boston tweeted to her fans after the news of the cancellation surfaced. "Your love, kindness, and support is forever magic #WitchesofEastEnd."

According to The Wrap, Witches of East End was produced by Fox 21 and executive-produced by Maggie Friedman, Jonathan Kaplan, Erwin Stoff and Josh Reims.

"Thanks to all the @WitchesEastEnd fans for watching,": Friedman tweeted. "So sad that it's over but I had such an amazing experience. Thanks #witchEEs !!!!!!"

The first season averaged 1.67 million viewers. However, the number of viewers dropped to 1.13 million during its second season. The season two finale, which took place on October 5, only raked in 1.03 million viewers.

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