Unfortunately, it's time to say goodbye to Robbie Amell's abs. The CW has opted to pull the plug on two of its freshman dramas 'The Tomorrow People' and 'Star-Crossed,' as well as its 'Sex and the City' prequel 'The Carrie Diaries.'
As if all that wasn't enough to send you into a serious TV depression, the network has also decided to pass on 'Supernatural: Bloodlines,' a spin-off of The CW’s 9-year-old veteran show 'Supernatural.' This news comes as a complete surprise, given not only its predecessor's extreme popularity, but the fact that the project was one of the highest-profile pilots this year.
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As for the current shows, granted they weren't doing very well in the ratings department (okay, it was pretty terrible), it's still such a shame to see them go, especially given how there was clearly a lot more story to tell on all fronts. (Also, did I mention those abs?)
But it wasn't all bad news today. The network has decided to renew 'Hart of Dixie,' 'Beauty and the Beast,' and 'The 100' for additional seasons, while granting series orders to four upcoming pilots. So have no fear — there will still be plenty of great TV to look forward to come next fall (though I'm admittedly very surprised 'Beast' won out over 'The Tomorrow People).
Meanwhile, 'Supernatural,' 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'The Originals,' 'Arrow,' and 'Reign' were all granted early renewals back in February.