Is The CW's "Life is Wild" Canceled?
Earlier this week, TV Guide's Michael Ausiello has written that The CW's has already informed the cast and crew of its low-rated Sunday night drama "Life is Wild" that the show is basically over, but they continue to decline any official comments about the show's future.
Is the show that introduced us to brawn talents of its hunky new star Andrew St. John really over?
The drama remains on the schedule - the next episode is scheduled for January 6 and that may be the reason why the network is keeping mum on the fate of the show.
Even if the drama isn't getting picked up for a second season, The CW wouldn't want the show small fan base to give up on watching the final 4 episodes when fresh scripted hours are so scarce and each episode counts.
The producers have been able to film only 12 out of the 13 episodes The CW originally ordered due to the writers' strike.
Season to date the show has averaged a very underwhelming 1.27 million viewers, a 0.4 rating and it ranks 116th out of 119 shows.