Sorry, Charlie! ABC Cancels Charlie's Angels Reboot

Show will burn off remaining episodes in the 8 p.m. time slot on Thursdays

By Jenna Mullins Oct 14, 2011 7:00 PMTags

It's the circle of TV life: Shows get renewed, and then shows get canceled.

Reps for ABC confirm to E! News that Charlie's Angels has been canceled after four episodes. However, if you enjoyed the episodes that did air, there is a bit of silver lining in store for you…

While production has officially shut down, episodes that have already been filmed will continue to air on Thursday nights in its 8 p.m. time slot until ABC decides what will replace Charlie's Angels.

Marco Siega, executive producer and director of Angels, tweeted this photo earlier today as his reaction to the news. Spirit-shattering, no?

The Drew Barrymore-produced remake starring Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh failed to bring in competitive ratings against The X-Factor on Fox and NBC's Thursday night lineup of comedy. Last night's episode did see a slight climb in ratings, but clearly it wasn't enough for the network to keep it running.

Charlie's Angels joins other victims Free Agents (NBC), The Playboy Club (NBC), How to Be a Gentleman (CBS) and H8R (CW) in this season's Fall TV graveyard. Which show do you think will be next to get the boot?