Entertainment Lucy Hale's new TV show cancelled after one season

10:01  09 may  2018
10:01  09 may  2018 Source:   covermg.com

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The CW has cancelled Lucy Hale ' s new show Life Sentence after just one season . Life Sentence focuses on the story of Stella, played by Lucy Hale , who finds out that her terminal cancer has actually been cured.

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Former Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale has thanked fans for watching her latest TV show after learning the series has been cancelled.

Bosses at U.S. cable channel The CW have opted not to renew Life Sentence for a second season.

The drama surrounded Hale's character Stella as she learns she's no longer dying of cancer and has to live with the decisions she has made, while convinced she was near death.

The actress confirmed the news of the show's cancellation on social media on Tuesday (08May18), revealing she was "emotionally attached" to the project and "to everyone involved".

"Sometimes things don't resonate with an audience and shows just don't work," she writes, "but I'm so proud of what we accomplished & the experience I had...

"We created something and (sic) pure and no cancellation can take that away."

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