Guess these ballerinas just couldn’t hold their poses long enough.
ABC Family has officially cancelled their show Bunheads. Created by Amy Sherman Palladino — best known for her Gilmore Girls fame — and starring Broadway’s very own Sutton Foster, the show didn’t make it past its first season.
Strap on your tutus because Bunheads ain't going nowhere!!!
ABC has given the amazing show a backorder of eight new episodes, which means that the finale that just aired was actually just a summer finale, and the season finale will be airing at another point in time.
We are SUPER thrilled for the premiere of ABC Family's ballet-based comedy Bunheads premiering this June 11th, but before we can precariously perch on our pointe shoes, we must indulge in this little snippet (above).
Sutton Foster's character is having all her matrimonial dreams come true… if only her mother-in-law wasn't stepping in and trampling all over them!
Oh it's going to be Gilmore Girls meets Center Stage… How can this show NOT be fantabulous!
Take her name off the marquee — New York's sweetheart is heading to La La Land!
It's been confirmed that ABC Family has picked up the Sutton Foster–led drama Bunheads, created by Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman Palladino. The show will feature Sutton as a former Las Vegas showgirl named Delores Van-Cartier who leaves the glitz of the strip to work as her her mother-in-law's small-town dance studio.
As this marks Sutton's first major stint on television, we're nothing but happy for her, but we're sure the bright lights of Broadway are going to miss her terribly!
Enjoy this girl — but come back to the Great White Way soon!!