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'Devious Maids' season 2 finale shocks: Was this show renewed or canceled?

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This week fans saw the big season two finale of "Devious Maids." It ended with a huge cliffhanger as shots rang out at the big wedding and nobody knows who was shot. Flowers fell to the ground covered in blood and now fans want to know what is going on. On Tuesday, Enstarz shared about if this show is coming back again or not.

At this time, Lifetime has not confirmed or denied season three of this show. That means it hasn't been renewed or canceled yet and nobody knows how it will all go down. Lifetime does this often with their shows. It took them months to finally cancel "Army Wives" when they decided it was time to end the show. "Drop Dead Diva" was canceled then renewed and then canceled again.

This show didn't break 2 million viewers most of the season. They were always in the range of 1.5 million to 1.9 million. These ratings are okay but obviously not what they were looking for from this show during the second season. They will look at this ratings to help decide if they want to bring it back again or not.

Epoch Times shared a bit more about if the show "Devious Maids" is coming back again or not. ABC actually passed on this show and it ended up on Lifetime instead. It is one of the highest rated shows for Lifetime but when you look at the ratings it is just unknown which way it will go. Creator Marc Cherry is talking about the show but not saying if it will be back again or not either.

Fans would love to see season three of "Devious Maids" on Lifetime. At this time, there is no information for sure. Fans can only hope that they make the decision to renew this show for another season.


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