ABC’s American action comedy-drama series “Whiskey Cavalier” had its fans weeping after its series finale last Wednesday. The series follows FBI Agent Will Chase (portrayed by “Scandal” cast member Scott Foley), who has to work with CIA Operative Francesca Trowbridge (played by “The Walking Dead” star Lauren Cohan) in missions to save the world.

The TV show was created and produced by David Hemingson, along with Bill Lawrence, Jeff Ingold and Peter Atencio. Unfortunately for the series, it was reported to have been discontinued after ratings continued to plummet since having been aired. Despite its heavy hype, the show dipped to a 0.4 rating in the 18–49 demographic up to the time the channel decided to ax the television drama.

“It was a tough decision, it was the last decision we made,” said Karey Burke, ABC’s Entertainment President. “We thought we gave it very strong launch in spring. But we lost audience. We felt the biggest opportunity was to try something new. We looked for other time slots but did not see a real opportunity to grow.”

The announcement of the cancelation had then caused a launch for a Save the Show campaign on social media. Luckily for fans, the wide appeal for the reinstatement has been heard by ABC, who is attempting to have the show revived by Warner Bros.

Before the series finale last Wednesday, series producer Bill Lawrence took to Twitter to ask fans to support the show, hoping to turn the “series” finale into a “season” finale. “Tonight: great season finale of #WhiskeyCavalier,” Lawrence tweeted. “Maybe check it out? Make this a ‘season’ finale and not a series finale.”

After the news of cancelation and Lawrence’s call to arms, the show scored a 0.7 rating in the adults 18–49 bracket, almost doubling the original ratings. The rise of ratings and the widespread campaign to save the show provided ABC a chance to do just that, leading them to speak with producer Warner Bros. to discuss their options.

The final decision for the series’ renewal should arrive by the end of this week. Sources say that a reversal to the cancelation is unlikely. However, fans continue to hope for the good news. No official announcement regarding the renewal has been made as of this writing.

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