Eye Candy Season 2 Cancelled Or Renewed After Season 1 Finale; Victoria Justice Says Showrunner ‘Has A Few Ideas’


Eye Candy Season 2 Cancelled Or Renewed After Season 1 Finale; Victoria Justice Says Showrunner ‘Has A Few Ideas’
Eye Candy Season 2 Cancelled Or Renewed After Season 1 Finale; Victoria Justice Says Showrunner ‘Has A Few Ideas’

Eye Candy Season 2 Cancelled Or Renewed? Crime-thriller series “Eye Candy” recently aired its season 1 finale recently.

“Eye Candy,” based on the book by “Goosebumps” by writer R.L.

Stine, has not yet been renewed for season 2 renewal and late renewal announcements usually signal that a series is cancelled.

But Victoria Justice hasn’t given up on an ‘Eye Candy’ Renewal.

In an interview with Line-Up, Victoria Justice admitted that there’s still no word if the MTV thriller will get a renewal or not but “Our showrunner Christian says he has a few ideas, but he’s not really elaborating until he knows if we’re returning.” In the meantime viewers can sign a petition to bring “Eye Candy” back.

Eye Candy fans of the show launched a petition on Change.org.

“Eye Candy has easily become one of the best drama/thriller TV shows to be released for our generation.

It’s got thrills, spills and chills that keeps the audience wanting more.

Not to mention an amazing cast featuring (Victoria Justice, Ryan Cooper, Casey Deidric, Harvey Guillen, Kiersey Clemons and John Garet Stoker).

Written by the one and only R.L Stine author of the popular series “Goosebumps.” What’s not to love!” says the petition.

“Whenever you start a new project, everyone’s excited because you’re all in it together,” told Line-Up.

“We look at ourselves as a team.

We are all proud of the show and hope that the audience that’s watching enjoys it.

As for immersing yourself with new people quickly, that always depends on the people, doesn’t it? This cast is so friendly and down to earth, no divas here.” “Eye Candy” hasn’t been renewed for season 2 yet, but executive producer Christian Taylor told TVLine, that producers chose to take a detour from R.L.

Stine’s book.

“[Laughs] I’m not going to tell you anything! No, there’s going to be a big conspiracy that we’ll explore next season about why her sister did that.

And I’ll say one thing: It will be linked to their father,” Taylor told TV Line.

The first season of “Eye Candy” followed Lindy Sampson, a tech geek who is hunting a serial killer at large in New York while also investigating what happened to her sister Sara, played by Jordyn DiNatale, who had been missing for three years.

Sara staged her own abduction to keep her sister safe.

The producer hinted “There’s going to be a big conspiracy that we’ll explore next season about why her sister did that.”    

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