'Witches Of East End' Cancelled Or Renewed: Jenna Dewan-Tatum 'Agrees' That There Should Be A Third Season [VIDEO]

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Despite the fact that Witches of East End got cancelled a few months ago, one of the actresses mentioned that the show should still be brought back for a renewal.

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On Sunday, Jenna Dewan-Tatum who played Freya on the drama, re-tweeted a post from someone who said that the series should be put on Netflix so everyone can see those Beauchamp women again.

The tweet reads, "Dear Jenna @jennaldewan please retweet for your adoring fans @netflix pls renew because of these strong female leads that are role models."

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In Dewan-Tatum's re-tweet, she wrote "agreed."

There is still no word on what the status is of the witches coming back for a third season on Netflix, but fans can sign the online petition to help with a renewal. The petition is currently at more than 118,000 signatures with a goal of 130,000.

The series had the misfortune of not surviving after only two seasons since there wasn't enough money to keep it going with a lack of viewers. In a previous interview with EnStars, Madchen Amick (Wendy) said that it's difficult to keep a show on the air when there are other ways to watch TV these days.

"People just don't sit down and watch shows live anymore. They DVR it, they stream it, they watch it on Netflix or iTunes," the actress said. "It's just unfortunate that a network only makes their profit off of live viewership because their hands are tied by advertisers. They may believe in the show and want it to continue, but they just unfortunately can't afford it."

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