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‘Life Sentence’ Dead After 1 Season on The CW, Star Lucy Hale Says

”I’m a little shell shocked right now,“ star tweets

“Life Sentence” has been canceled at The CW, the show’s star Lucy Hale said on Twitter Tuesday.

“I was emotionally attached to this story and to everyone involved so I’m a little shell shocked right now,” she tweeted. “I feel fortunate that we got to tell a really beautiful story.”

“Somewhere in the universe the Abbotts will continue their dysfunctional lives & Stella will continue to be a manic pixie dream girl,” Hale added. “That chapter is closing before I want it to, but taking this as a life lesson. Things don’t always work out in our favor & it’s up to us what we do with it.”

The drama did not perform well ratings-wise, starting off slow and didn’t get much better as the season progressed. The CW has yet to respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.

Hale starred as Stella Abbott, a young woman who is diagnosed with terminal cancer. She then decides not to live as much as she can before succumbing to cancer. Unfortunately, that decision proves to have been a mistake after her doctors inform her that her illness has miraculously been cured.

See Hale’s tweet below.