CBS’ MOONLIGHT Cancelled

Alex O’Loughlin as Mick St. John

Update 5/13 (by Sandie): It’s official, Moonlight has been cancelled! Watch With Kristin just received a message from Gabrielle Stanton and Harry Werksman, the bosses of Moonlight:

It’s true. We found out about an hour ago that Moonlight has been officially canceled.

We are truly saddened by the news and are sorry that we won’t get the chance to live with our wonderful characters and follow them on their adventures for a second season.

We really want to thank all our loyal fans for their undying love and support of the show. We never would have made it this far without them.

In vampire solidarity…rah, rah!

Gabrielle Stanton & Harry Werksman

I’m going to go and cry now!

Is MOONLIGHT cancelled? Maybe. Watch With Kristin reports that CBS made a decision that affects the show in a big way.

My personal favorite Moonlight source just informed me of rumblings that the show was not looking good for a season-two pickup.

No mention of Moonlight on CBS’ 2008-09 schedule, which does not bod well for the vampire-detective drama as there are a lot of dramas that are being picked up this season. So many dramas could mean that CBS could cancel Moonlight if any of the new dramas do well.

If Moonlight was canceled, it would be a terrible blow to the fans who have devoted so much time, effort, and blood (litteraly) to keep this show going.

Shame on you, CBS for even considering cancelling Moonlight.

CBS will officially announced its 2008-09 schedule at the Upfronts on Wednesday, May 14. Stay tuned for more info.