Lifetime Cancels Witches of East End

Witches of East End Cancelled

It looks like there was no magic in the world that could save Witches of East End. The soapy, supernatural series was cancelled by Lifetime yesterday after just two seasons, which is very unfortunate after the show’s Season 2 finale, which featured, among other things, a surprise pregnancy, body-swapping, and even a visit to hell, left fans with so much to look forward to in Season 3.

Witches of East End told the story of the Beauchamp sisters and starred Julia Ormond as Joanna Beauchamp, Madchen Amick as Wendy, Jenna Dewan Tatum as Freya, Rachel Boston as Ingrid, Daniel DiTomasso as Killian, and Eric Winter as Dash. The show’s stars took to Twitter after the cancellation was official to express their disappointment that the series was over and thank their fellow Witches of East End cast members, the show’s crew, and, of course, its fans.

Photo via Lifetime


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