Is there Season 3 of The Client List?

Is there Season 3 of The Client List?

There will be no third season of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s Lifetime series The Client List. I hear it was a mutual decision between the network and producer Sony Pictures TV.

What happened to the series The Client List?

Lifetime has canceled The Client List, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. The Jennifer Love Hewitt-toplined drama finished its sophomore run in June. The Client List, produced by Sony Pictures TV, followed Riley Parks (Hewitt) as she balanced being a single mother and working as a massage therapist.

Why did they cancel The Client List?

‘Creative Differences’ Were Reportedly To Blame This was apparently at odds with The Client List’s showrunner who felt that Evan (Kyle’s brother and Riley’s brother-in-law who she had a fling with) should be the father. After the two parties couldn’t come to an agreement, The Client List was formally canceled.

Why did Jennifer Love Hewitt leave The Client List?

Apparently, Lifetime and Hewitt couldn’t agree on the terms of her real-life pregnancy as it fit in with the show. She wanted Riley to get pregnant with Kyle’s baby, which makes sense to me.

How many seasons of client list are there?

2The Client List / Number of seasons

How many seasons of the client list are there?

Where can I watch The Client List Season 2?

Currently you are able to watch “The Client List – Season 2” streaming on The Roku Channel, Tubi TV for free with ads or buy it as download on Apple iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Google Play Movies.

Was Jennifer Love Hewitt pregnant on The Client List?

‘We’re thrilled’: Jennifer Love Hewitt confirms she is pregnant with Client List co-star Brian Hallisay.

Why did Kyle leave in The Client List?

Riley’s best friend Lacey tells her that Kyle planned on leaving her after Lacey finds out the truth about the job’s extra services.

Is The Client List movie the same as the Series?

The Client List is an American television drama series based on the 2010 television film of the same name, which aired on the Lifetime network. The series stars Jennifer Love Hewitt, who starred in the film, though she plays a different character in a premise that is slightly different from the film.