Lifetime Cancels The Client List

HewittClientListThere will be no happy ending for The Client List.

Lifetime has pulled the plug on Jennifer Love Hewitt’s racy drama after two seasons, TVLine has confirmed.

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The decision comes five months after our sister site Deadline reported that Lifetime and Sony TV were in a standoff with Hewitt over the creative direction of a potential third season. Hewitt was requesting that her real-life fiance and baby daddy Brian Hallisay play her character Riley’s baby daddy on the show — something producers balked at.

Ratings for The Client List slipped in Season 2, from 2.7 million viewers for the premiere to 2 million for the finale.

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98 Comments
  1. Michelle says:

    I think it’s pretty crappy of the network to to leave us viewers that did watch the show hanging like that!I REALLY CRAPPY¡!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. cal2422 says:

    the show was great. I think her idea for the S/L made good sense. In the show she was married, so why not get pregnant. It would have added alot to the show.

  3. sam tabor says:

    darn..i enjoyed that show!!

  4. saskia says:

    Ik zou het echt spijtig vinden als er geen meerdere seizoenen zouden komen van de serie the client list , ik vind het echt een goede serie en wil er echt nog meer van zien !!

    Mvg

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