In 2011, fans of ABC Family's 'The Nine Lives of Chloe King' were dismayed to learn that the supernatural drama would become yet another series to get canceled before wrapping up its main plot threads. The 10 episode first season drew well enough to build a cult fanbase, but was never a big enough ratings hit to earn a second season renewal. The show had lost nearly half of its premiere audience by the finale.
Still, 'Chloe King' viewers were briefly given hope last year, when ABC Family announced that a TV movie follow-up was likely to enter the development process soon. Unfortunately, that never happened, and the telefilm was consigned to that place TV fans know oh so well: development hell. I assume the project said hi to the 'Quantum Leap' sequel movie when it arrived, perhaps passing by the script for "Mr. Monk Runs for Mayor' on the way.
It looked like the conclusion to 'Chloe King' was doomed to remain in that shadowy netherworld forever, that is until today's announcement by publishing company Alloy Entertainment. As first reported by TV Guide, the unfilmed script for 'The Nine Lives of Chloe King: Salvation' will be made available in its entirety online. All fans have to do is head to the company's website at 9:13am PST tomorrow and download a copy. Maybe now they'll finally get to find out if a certain main character stayed dead or not.
Will you check out the follow-up script to 'Chloe King'?