There will be less aliens, Amells and fashionistas on the CW next fall.
The Tomorrow People, Star-Crossed and The Carrie Diaries have all been canceled by the CW, the network confirmed on Thursday.
The Carrie Diaries, the Sex and the City prequel starring Annasophia Robb as Carrie Bradshaw, lasted two seasons on the CW. For the second season, the show added Lindsey Gort as a young Samantha Jones and the network moved the show to Fridays, where its audience fell.
Freshman dramas The Tomorrow People and Star-Crossed featured classic CW hunks Robbie Amell, the cousin of Arrow star Stephen Amell, and Matt Lanter, but the sci-fi shows failed to develop a sizable audience for the struggling network; The Tomorrow People's season one finale attracted just one million viewers, while Star-Crossed's latest outing brought in 900,000 viewers.
In addition to canceling the three low-rated dramas, the CW renewed Beauty and the Beast, Hart of Dixie and The 100, while also announcing the pick up of four new series. Among them? The Arrow spinoff series The Flash and Rob Thomas' iZombie.
In February, The CW handed out early renewals to Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Supernatural and Reign.