Freeform fans are furious after the broadcaster canceled the popular sitcom in a shock move just weeks after the season two finale aired

FREEFORM has ditched a fan-favorite sitcom after just two short seasons.

Fans on social media are devastated by the sudden news.

Freeform recently announced that two of their shows have been cancelled


Freeform recently announced that two of their shows have been cancelledPhoto credits: ff Freeform
Single Drunk Female starring Sofia Black-D'Elia was canceled after two seasons


Single Drunk Female starring Sofia Black-D’Elia was canceled after two seasonsPhoto credit: Freeform

The platform, which is owned by Disney, has canceled two shows — “Single Drunk Female” and “The Watchful Eye.” date line.

Single Drunk Female was a comedy about an alcoholic woman in her 20s trying to get on with her life.

While finding herself, she eventually moves back in with her mother.

The show starred Sofia Black-D’Elia and Ally Sheedy, best known for her role in The Breakfast Club.

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Single Drunk Female wrapped its second and final season in April and is available to stream on Hulu.

The Watchful Eye premiered in January and only ran for one season.

The contemporary thriller starred Mariel Molino, who played a young woman who worked as a nanny for a wealthy family in New York City.

Kelly Bishop, the grandmother on the hit television series Gilmore Girls, also had a role on the series.

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It was produced by ABC Signature and Ryan Seacrest served as the show’s executive producer.


Fans of the shows on Twitter, especially Single Drunk Female, were deeply upset by this announcement.

One said, “What’s the point of writing at all if you don’t finish your projects?”

Someone else tweeted, “I liked Single Drunk Female but shows I like always get canceled so I guess I should apologize to the cast and crew.”

“Oh what do you know, another show I like got cancelled. Single Drunk Female was funny. What a shame,” added a third.

Another wrote: “This stinks. They were both really entertaining shows.”


In March, Freeform announced that the Black-ish spin-off will conclude with its upcoming sixth season.

Adult stars Yara Shahidi, who played Zoey Johnson in Black-ish, follows her as she leaves her family nest and heads to college.

In an emotional message published on youtubeYara shared the news.

“Don’t be sad because we’re going to make it big,” she encouraged. “We have so much to celebrate this season, including our 100th episode.”

Yara also teased some special guest stars, including Lil Yachty and Anderson Pakk & The Free Nationals.

The final season will also span two years, with half of the episodes set to premiere this summer and the rest in 2024.

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“You guys have been with us since Season 1,” Yara told viewers. “It was a great honor to play and grow up with Zoey.

“Your support over the past five seasons has really meant a lot to us, the cast and crew. And we want to take the time to thank you all for the love and support that has kept us going.”



“Single Drunk Female” also starred Ally Sheedy from “The Breakfast Club”.Photo credit: Freeform
Another Freeform show, The Watchful Eye, was also canceled


Another Freeform show, The Watchful Eye, was also canceledPhoto credit: Freeform
The Watchful Eye premiered in January and was canceled after one season


The Watchful Eye premiered in January and was canceled after one seasonPhoto credit: Freeform


CELINE CASTRONUOVO is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. CELINE CASTRONUOVO joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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