The cancellation was rather abrupt, as Deadline reports Freeform announced the show’s end a month after the series would complete Season 3. As far as ratings are concerned, Season 3 appeared to maintain the audience of Season 2 in terms of viewership, but same day viewings had decreased and there aren’t many shows that can survive on cable television with an average of 350,000 viewers tuning in an episode. A combination of that, and the fact that Freeform is rolling out new shows like Siren and Cloak and Dagger within the next year, it may have just been time to say goodbye to make room for more original programming.

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