— Eliza Bennett (@ElizaBennett) April 28, 2017
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— Jenn Kaytin Robinson (@JennKaytin) April 28, 2017
I write this with a heavy heart. We all love you so much. Ophelia and Jules have fought their last fight. More importantly, the show tackled the issue of sexual assault on college campuses by making one of its main characters, Jules, a sexual assault survivor. Thank you for being a #SweetVicious fan. But we continue to love you, believe you and stand with you. The show starred Eliza Bennett and Taylor Dearden as best friends by day and vigilantes by night. Read their messages to the fans below:
It is with a heavy heart that I write this note to the AMAZING, BEAUTIFUL #SweetVicious Fans. Together, Jules and Ophelia only targeted sexual predators. MTV has canceled Sweet/Vicious after its first season. RELATED: Canceled TV Shows That Ended on Major Cliffhangers
Bennett, along with the show’s creator Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, announced the news on Twitter Friday.