Cast and fans of 'Timeless' can't believe NBC cancelled it again

Goran Visnjic Abigail Spencer Malcolm Barrett and Matt Lanter in an episode of NBC's

Goran Visnjic Abigail Spencer Malcolm Barrett and Matt Lanter in an episode of NBC's"Timeless

We're ready to make it if @nbc really wants it. Let "em know how you feel". However, Deadline reports this latest decision comes just days before the cast's options expire.

"If NBC is honest in wanting a 2-hour movie to give much needed closure to our wonderful ['Timeless'] fans, we are ready to make it", co-creator Shawn Ryan wrote on Twitter Friday.

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Ryan's cohort, co-creator Eric Kripke also implored fans to be vocal about their desire for a potential wrap-up movie, hinting that another network or streaming service saving Timeless seems like a tall task.

"I love you #Clockblockers", Lanter tweeted as news of the cancellation came to light. It became a passion and a cause for many of them, ' he wrote in the first of a series of tweets. Sources say that Sony Pictures TV and NBC are in negotiations to create a two-hour movie to wrap up the show.

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Moments after it was announced on Friday that Timeless would not be returning for a third season, the cast of NBC's little-show-that-could took to Twitter to thank fans for their support - and to discuss (fingers crossed!) a potential wrap-up movie. Thank you so much for your awesome fandom.

Kripke added that producer Sony has been "trying hard" to find the show a home at another network, but there has been "no luck so far". "We don't want the journeys of Lucy, Wyatt, Rufus and the others to end yet". The series averaged an OK 2.2 Live+7 adults 18-49 rating, but underperformed compared to previous dramas that had launched in its post-The Voice 10 PM Monday time period. The second season ended on a heart-stopping cliffhanger, which is frustrating for fans, but reportedly, there are talks of a two-hour movie to wrap things up.

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