It has been a few days now since Lifetime made the pretty-surprising move to cancel “Witches of East End” after two seasons on the air, and just about everyone is getting in on the act to save the show.
One of the greatest things that we’re seeing about the campaign right now is that even some of the stars are getting involved, including their famous spouses on some occasions. The Twitter post below is proof that Channing Tatum, of course husband to series star Jenna Dewan Tatum, has signed a petition that impressively has already more than 40,000 names on it. That is very impressive for the number of viewers the show had on Lifetime, the short amount of time since the cancellation, and also just that so many fans unified behind a single one. We’ve seen on a few occasions in the past many different petitions going around that never pick up a whole lot of steam, and largely because everyone has roughly their own agenda.
While we typically say that it is better sometimes for fans to rally behind a new network for their show rather than the one that canceled it, Lifetime has shown a reputation for bringing back shows after they already gave them an ax. They did this previously with “Drop Dead Diva,” after all, and they could do it again. Also, we don’t know what other suitors there are out there for the show right now.
What we will at least say for now is that we will have some other updates related to this quest to renew the show as soon as they are available.
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