'Life Unexpected' finale: E.P. Liz Tigelaar shares endgame plans and addresses criticism


This time last year, "Life Unexpected" creator Liz Tigelaar was anxiously anticipating the launch of the series she'd poured her heart into. Tomorrow, one year to the day of the series' premiere, the show will air its Season 2 finale, and Tigelaar is preparing to move on to begin working with ABC, with whom she's signed an overall deal.Reps at The CW stress that the show hasn't been officially canceled, though the cast and crew don't seem particularly optimistic about their chances at a Season 3. The show, plagued by a difficult time slot and a notable lack of Season 2 promotion, has struggled in ratings, but maintains a small, dedicated fan base (including us at Zap2it!) with an active online presence.The cast also remains passionate about the show -- so passionate, in fact, that Britt Robertson broke down crying when her TV dad, Kristoffer Polaha, wrapped his final scene."She had to film her biggest...



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