Butch probably won't say anything about FOP ending. Look at his forums, it's been practically dead for ages from fans and even Hartman himself. Nick has most likely moved on from FOP. Besides they have TUFF Puppy running and I'm sure Nick doesn't want to pay the same people twice. That's a riskier business decision, especially since TUFF Puppy and FOP haven't been doing THAT hot lately.
We'll never get anything close to Wishology since Scott Fellows has long left the show for Big Time Rush. We'll only continue to have moremediocre specials like Timmy's Secret Wish since Kevin Sullivan, Will Scifrin, and Ray Delaurentis are not going anywhere. And especially nothing like Channel Chasers. Steve Marmel doesn't even talk to Hartman anymore. Scott Fellows at the very least does.
That's too much "if"s. Hartman has mostly moved his announcements from his forum to his twitter, that is why its so dead. There are still people who respond to him on twitter and such. Even when he was on his forum, he was always very secretive and never very direct on these things, but word from both him and other staff looks like Nick is at the very least considering another FOP season. I've not heard any bad word from ToonZone and other news sites, the only bad news I ever hear about FOP comes from this forum. I think its way to early to call FOP dead.
Wishology has less to do with who wrote it and more to do with the amount of time and money that was put into it to begin with, and the payoff at the end a meek amount of viewers. Compare that to the FOP movie, which was slapped together in a few months and did better, it was written by the same people (minus Sullivan) and probably cost a fraction of the price to make, and you can see why the "FOP going live action again" rumor actually holds weight. I'm also interested in last weeks ratings, but compared to the other specials Timmy's Secret Wish got only about a week promotion.