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    essexbopara

    [1]Nov 1, 2007
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    does anyone have any idea when we should know if it is safe or not
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    len90

    [2]Nov 1, 2007
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    I don't know, but I'm afraid of why we have know informations about episodes after 1x06 - The Heart Wants What It Wants, for month this is the only upcoming episode we know about, while we can find information about GossipGirl till episode 1x09!!! Does it means that they stopped producing after the 6th episode??? I hope not... Keep your fingers cross for LIFE IS WILD

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    pgsuperfan

    [3]Dec 10, 2007
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    I hope the CW gives it a chance it is good family entertainment
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    nova_lover

    [4]Dec 24, 2007
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    I heard/read somewhere they canceled it.
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    Kitsy345

    [5]Dec 26, 2007
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    Yeah, someone was happy on the CW lounge that they cancelled it or were about to. But I'm still going to wait for a real confirmation, which hopefully there won't be, unless it's something about the show being picked up.
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    sapphireprima

    [6]Dec 30, 2007
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    Because of the writers strike I heard that all shows that didn't completely fail will be back next season because their are no availble pilots to shot for pilot season. I am praying that it isn't cancelled.

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    Kitsy345

    [7]Dec 30, 2007
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    sapphireprima wrote:

    Because of the writers strike I heard that all shows that didn't completely fail will be back next season because their are no availble pilots to shot for pilot season. I am praying that it isn't cancelled.

    That's somewhat good news. How I wish we had some real confirmation...

    But, until then don't forget to watch a new episode on Sunday, January 6th.

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    kiya12309

    [8]Dec 30, 2007
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    Well, I mean, 11 episodes isn't a bad start. Kyle XY which is incredibly popular now only got... i think 10 in it's first season.
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    tennisrobe26

    [9]Jan 2, 2008
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    tvguide says it's been cancelled.

    http://www.tvguide.com/Ask-Ausiello/life-wild/071219-45
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    Kitsy345

    [10]Jan 4, 2008
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    I'm confused. The cast is being told that it is over, yet CW is saying that no decision is made yet. What's the real final word?
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    len90

    [11]Jan 5, 2008
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    As far as I saw it's not on the CW'S midseason schedule so either it's canceled or they just have run out of completed episodes (because of writers strike), but I think it is canceled. The funny thing about it that everyone says that how poor it did in the ratings, but it drew and average 1.3 million viewers with leaded-in by a poor Aliens in America repait while CW's favourite Gossip Girl just showed what it can do without America's next Topmodel and it's only 1.85 million viewers... not a huge difference...
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    VGFreak8

    [12]Jan 6, 2008
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    There are new episodes coming tomorrow and next week! I saw it on my Dish Guide.
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    pgsuperfan

    [13]Jan 7, 2008
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    I hope it stays on
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    skyvolt2000

    [14]Jan 7, 2008
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    Sorry I think it's gone because the soon to be axed CW Monday is taking over that Sunday slot in two weeks.
    This smells like the CW is punishing writers for striking by putting shows in the death slot of Sunday.
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    LukesDiner

    [15]Jan 12, 2008
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    I think it's over. The CW pulled the new episode for tomorrow in favor of OTH repeat.
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    Kitsy345

    [16]Jan 12, 2008
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    I can't believe they did that. And I checked on tvguide.com and there is an episode coming on January 20th, supposedly, but it's not the one that was supposed to come today. Meaning they just skipped an episode, that is unless they don't plan on showing that one either.
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    pgsuperfan

    [17]Jan 21, 2008
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    I still like this show hope they keep it but with the CW you never know lol
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    charminmjwong

    [18]Jan 27, 2008
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    cw has made a lot of mistakes. i stopped watching cwtv after I heard they cancelled reba. then i found life is wild and a few other shows, and gave it a second chance. cwtv really needs to reassess their priorities. family programming is needed, abc family is doing well with both of its family friendly shows, lincoln heights and kyle xy.
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    EChid

    [19]Feb 9, 2008
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    There is a petition out an about if people are interested:

    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/lifeiswildcancelled/index.html

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    Kitsy345

    [20]Feb 12, 2008
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    Sadly, I think the show is gone. I really thought it should have been given another chance.

    CW puts six back to work By Tim Surette - TV.com February 12, 2008 at 12:03:00 PM

    Gossip Girl, Supernatural, Smallville, more will target mid-April return; Game, Wild likely done. The aftermath of the Hollywood work stoppage can't keep Superman, the demon-hunting Winchester brothers, and New York private-school girls in plaid skirts down.

    More Dean Winchester will bring a smile to anyone's face. While some shows are calling this television season a done deal, the CW is asking six of its top shows to return to work and produce up to half a dozen new episodes to air this season, says Media Week. The six shows getting the call for "five or six more episodes" are Smallville, Supernatural, Reaper, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, and The Game. The network hopes to get new episodes on the air by mid-to-late April, with the half-hour comedy The Game getting as many as nine fresh episodes beginning next month. As for the rest of the CW's slate, Aliens in America, which produced a hearty 18 episodes before being shut down by the strike, will not go back to work. The unaired episodes will air eventually, but the status of the show returning for a second season is currently uncertain. Life is Wild and Girlfriends will not be back and are likely done for good.

    More news from studios detailing their updating schedules is expected in the near future. For more on the writers' strike, check out TV.com's Strike Source, featuring up-to-date statuses on shows, the latest information, and more.

    It's on the front page of Tv.com Latest Headlines Section.

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