'Witches Of East End' Cancelled: 'Star Trek' Actor Misses The Show, Actress Loves Her 'Magic Family' [VIDEO]

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It appears that the cancellation of Witches of East End has disappointed one of the most legendary actors of all time.

'Witches Of East End' Petition Gets Closer To Reaching Its Goal

Star Trek actor William Shatner mentioned that he misses the show after one of the series' former actresses wished him a happy birthday.

On Sunday, Rachel Boston who played Ingrid on Witches tweeted Shatner "Happy Birthday!!!" as he turned 84-years-old. Shatner then tweeted back, "Thank you Rachel! I still miss Ingrid!''

'Witches Of East End' Petition Continues To Gain Attention

Boston then posted this tweet, adding, "Love our magic family!"

Witches got cancelled from television after only two seasons. This caused some massive uproar from fans who have worked as hard as they could to convince other networks to give the show a chance for at least some closure.

Fans can still sign the online petition that has exceeded more than 128,000 signatures.

In an exclusive interview with Madchen Amick, who played Wendy on the supernatural drama, she revealed that her bond with her co-stars is really what made the magic of being a part of the series.

"It really was something magical and special that we had, and that's what I think is the saddest thing- you don't get that kind of chemistry and magic very often," the actress said. "So we'll also want to do other projects and things, but it was just such a really rare opportunity that we really enjoyed and we would love to continue to tell that story if we can."

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