This really is a bummer, especially since the show shined such a positive and eye-opening light on cancer, all while providing hope and inspiration for others who are dealing with the illness or have battled it in the past. There's no doubt the show will be missed. Not to mention, Ricci is one talent who deserved more time on-screen and to bring even more life to April Carver. She is a force in the entertainment world, so I have faith she'll soon land another fabulous project, but until then I'm going to mourn this cancellation.
You know who else is upset about Chasing Life getting axed? Ricci's fiancé, Robbie Amell (The Flash) is heartbroken. Check it out:
Chasing Life fans are feeling exactly like Amell and expressing their heartbreak about the news, too.
#ChasingLife was one of the most relevant, important dramas on TV. But hey, at least we're getting a sitcom about Nicki Minaj, right?— Andy Swift (@AndySwift) October 2, 2015
I have no words. This is such garbage. https://t.co/JQ4ga3P4wm— Andy Swift (@AndySwift) October 2, 2015
This is ridiculous that one of my favorite shows is cancelled! What will I do without it?! #ChasingLife— Katie Merriman (@Katiemerriman_) October 2, 2015
Saddened 2 see that #ChasingLife was canceled! Thank u 2 the brilliant cast who delivered a message of so much hope. We <3 u!— Jeff VanDyke (@jvandyke87) October 2, 2015
As sad as this is, at least the special moments will forever be embedded in fans' hearts. As Ricci shared on Facebook, "I don't like this one bit. Thank you to everyone who helped us tell this beautiful story. Keep fighting and never lose hope."
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