Frequency, No Tomorrow Cancelled

It’s official: The CW has axed freshman dramas Frequency and No Tomorrow, TVLine has confirmed.

The news isn’t really a huge surprise: Neither show got an order for additional episodes last fall, capping their freshman seasons at 13 episodes each. Both shows wrapped up their initial runs in January, but The CW’s president Mark Pedowitz promised that fans of both shows would get closure “on the digital side” if they weren’t renewed.

Frequency, a reboot of the 2000 movie, starred Peyton List as a cop who reconnects with her dead father through a magical radio. (List has since signed on to join the cast of CBS’ NASA pilot Mission Control.) No Tomorrow, a quirky rom-com in the vein of Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, starred Tori Anderson as a straight-laced girl who falls for an impulsive guy (Galavant‘s Joshua Sasse) who believes the apocalypse is coming soon.

The double cancellation leaves Riverdale as the only CW freshman drama to score a Season 2 renewal, which it locked down back in March.

Will you miss Frequency and/or No Tomorrow? Hit the comments and make a case for another network to pick them up.