LOS ANGELES, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Witches of East End has been canceled.
The supernatural drama premiered in October 2013, and ran for two seasons on Lifetime. While season one averaged 1.67 million viewers, viewership fell to 1.13 million for season two.
Witches of East End starred Julia Ormond as Joanna Beauchamp, the matriarch of a family of witches. Jenna Dewan Tatum and Rachel Boston portrayed daughters Freya and Ingrid Beauchamp, respectively, with Madchen Amick as Joanna's sister Wendy Beauchamp.
"Thank you to everyone who went on this extraordinary journey with us," Boston tweeted Tuesday. "Your love, kindness, and support is forever magic. #WitchesofEastEnd."
Witches of East End was loosely based on Melissa de la Cruz's novel of the same name. The book was published in 2011, and followed by sequels Serpent's Kiss and Winds of Salem. The season two finale aired October 5.
Lifetime renewed dramedy Devious Maids for a third season in September, and has two new series in the works. Un-Real will take a fictionalized behind-the-scenes look at a dating show, while The Omen-inspired Damien will premiere in 2015.