Star Corbin Bleu is in high spirit to keep the show alive by posting a link for fans to chip in their signatures.
While executive producer Ashton Kutcher prefers to remain mum about the cancellation of "The Beautiful Life: TBL", actor Corbin Bleu took it to his Twitter to express his disappointment toward the decision. To his fans, the 20-year-old even posted a link that accommodates signatures as a petition to keep the show alive.
"I want to say thanks to all who were fans of and supported The Beautiful Life," he wrote. "I had a wonderful experience with a talented crew & cast! I look forward to other challenging opportunities that lay ahead and that will help me to continue to grow as an artist. God bless & Gdnite."
A day later on September 26, he included a link to the petition from all the fans of "TBL" that don't want the series to be canceled. As of news time, the number has almost reached 9,000 signatures.
The CW officially pulled the plug on Friday, September 25 after only two episodes were aired. This week, the network will air the re-run of "Melrose Place" in place of the show.
In a phone interview with Teen Television, Bleu spilled what may come up if the series didn't get the ax. "I hope you guys enjoyed it and I'm sorry that you won't get a chance to continue to see who is the father of Sonia's baby! Isaac had some really, really cool stuff coming up. There is a whole other character that was going to show up but it's all good," he said.