According to Shields, "They thought that because My Own Worst Enemy has been shut down that the same thing had happened to us, and it's not true. They're not breaking down the sets. We’re still working. We still have more to do, so it's erroneously presented that we’ve been canceled, thank God."
Brooke continued, "Our bosses are saying, 'You’re not canceled, don’t worry. We’re just trying to figure out how to make this make sense.'"
Thanks to an idea by the writers of the show, fans have been sending in lipstick tubes to the president of NBC. Shields and crew have apparently noticed.
"It's been insane. I think that the public outcry has been crazy, and it's kind of wonderful."
But what about the future of Lipstick, is Brooke still optimistic?
"I actually am," Shields said. "I mean, we're basically No. 1 if you look at DVR. And you look at all that. So the public is watching it. The problem that they have is it's not the same day live," she continued. "They just need to figure out how to reconcile advertisers' money because the advertisers don't want you fast forwarding commercials."
But if it gets cancelled Brooke will be heartbroken because, "The family atmosphere and the excitement of being all together and working -- that’s the perk. I think they would be remiss if they decided not to continue next season."
Kim Raver definitely confirms that feeling. She would take the cancellation "really hard. The main thing is that me and Brooke and Lindsay have such a great time, not to sound corny."
She finished by saying "I think on Monday there are emergency meetings as to what's going to go on. But I know the executives are really pushing it and believe in it."
Source: US Magazine
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