The “Greek” reunion movie isn’t moving forward at Freeform, and fans have taken to Twitter to lament the end of the party.
A Freeform rep confirms to TheWrap that “Greek: The Reunion” is dead, but no further details have been released.
The network had announced in April 2016 that it was developing the holiday-themed TV film that would reunite the cast of the college-themed dramedy that ran for four seasons on ABC Family before signing off in March 2011.
The series, created by Patrick Sean Smith, centered on the fictitious Cyprus-Rhodes University and followed siblings Casey (Spencer Grammer) and Rusty Cartwright (Jacob Zachar) as they navigated the Ohio school’s Greek system.
The cast also included Scott Michael Foster (Cappie), Jake McDorman (Evan Chambers), Amber Stevens (Ashleigh Howard) and Clark Duke (Dale Kettlewell).
Smith responded to the announcement by tweeting a reference to the Cyprus-Rhodes mascot: “Sorry, Titans.”
Duke told “Page Six” earlier this year that he “doubted” he would participate in the reunion movie.
Other tweets about the news are below.
— jackie 👻 (@jackiegeeze) June 22, 2017
Super bummed #Greek revival is not happening. I'd love to know what was planned.
— Mindy Haltiwanger (@westwingwolf) June 22, 2017
— ShippingRoom Podcast (@ShippingRoomPod) June 22, 2017
— Will (@WillFeliciano) June 22, 2017
NO #GREEK MOVIE?!?! I AM SO MAD
— teresa 🌼 (@teresalynn23) June 22, 2017