We asked the question a month ago and now we must supply the disappointing answer: Yes, this really is the end for Life Unexpected.
The CW series did not receive an order for any episodes beyond the 13 scheduled to air this season, but it also has not received official word of a cancellation.
Still, two recent facts make it apparent this show will come to an end in the very near future:
- Kristoffer Polaha has signed a development deal with CBS.
- Warners Brothers has announced a DVD release for April 5. Its title? "Life Unexpected - The Complete Series."
The latter piece of news at least means that fans will be able to watch Lux and company whenever they want. This six-DVD package will include all first and second season episodes, along with many features, deleted scenes and interviews.