'Angel From Hell' Season 2 Isn't Happening, But The Cast Already Has New Projects
When the CBS sitcom Angel From Hell airs on Saturday, July 23, it will be the series finale. If you hadn't heard that Angel from Hell was cancelled back in February, as reported by TVLine, I'm sorry to break the news to you that this Saturday's episode airing at 8:30 p.m. will be its last. And though Angel From Hell won't return for Season 2, with a talented cast that includes Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson, you'll have plenty of opportunities to see them in other projects. According to Variety, CBS canceled the comedy series after airing only five episodes and pulled it from the schedule. The remaining eight episodes of Season 1 have been airing this summer.
Angel From Hell followed Amy (Lynch), an off-the-wall guardian angel who guides Allison (Lawson), a perfectionist dermatologist who needs a bit of help figuring things out. Unfortunately, the show couldn't figure out how to be a ratings hit and will now be banished to the vault of one-season wonders in TV heaven (or hell). It's too bad, because Lynch and Lawson are super talented, and the cast also included Kevin Pollak and Constance Marie. But before you start mourning seeing those actors on your TV, here's where you'll be able to find them after Angel from Hell is over.
You can still see the comedian hosting NBC's Hollywood Game Night, which returns on July 28. On the big screen, she appears in Angel From Hell co-star Kevin Pollak's upcoming film The Late Bloomer as the main character's boss, according to The Wrap. The film also stars JK Simmons, Maria Bello, Paul Wesley, and Brittany Snow.
Lawson doesn't have any upcoming projects announced just yet, but the actress has been on Twitter celebrating the 10th anniversary of Pysch (in which she played Detective Jules O'Hara), so if you miss watching her every week, why not rewatch the USA comedy on Netflix? She is also the co-founder of the Tiger Frances Foundation, which aims to fight animal abuse and homelessness, according to the organization's official website.
As I mentioned above, the actor/director is working on the comedy film The Late Bloomer, which will be released sometime this year, according to IMDb. He will also appear in the upcoming films Axis and Soulmates.
She already has two other shows on her plate: Switched at Birth, in which she plays Regina, and the new Disney Channel cartoon Elena of Avalor, in which she voices Dona Paloma.
The actor will next appear in HBO's upcoming series Westworld and the movie Rules Don't Apply. He also plays Jack on the Hulu series Casual.
Denman will play Sam Scott in the new star-studded Power Rangers movie, which is set to be in March 2017, according to Variety. The actor also plays Mark on the Cinemax series Outcast.
So while Angel From Hell is going to TV series heaven (or hell), its spirit will live on with the cast members' many other projects.
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