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Life Sentence's Series Finale Airs Tonight & Stars Lucy Hale & Elliot Knight Are Hitting Us in All The Feels About iI

Life Sentence's Series Finale Airs Tonight & Stars Lucy Hale & Elliot Knight Are Hitting Us in All The Feels About iI

Life Sentence is airing it’s final episode tonight on The CW and we just aren’t ready to say goodbye to this show!

Stars Lucy Hale and Elliot Knight both wrote sweet messages on social media about saying goodbye to the series.

“This show changed my life and helped me to rediscover my love for what I do,” Lucy wrote. “I’m grateful for every second of it and to everyone who was involved. And to YOU GUYS. Enjoy.”

Elliot added, “What’s come so quick after what feels like so long for the love I have for this show and these people and those of you that have joined us.”

In tonight’s episode, “Then and Now”, after Stella puts her and Wes’s life on social media, they find themselves defending their relationship to the world and forcing them to question what the future holds for them.

Meanwhile, Peter’s health scare makes him realize who he really wants to be with; and Aiden doesn’t want to give up on his dream of the bar and clamors to find a solution.

Life Sentence airs TONIGHT, June 15th @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.

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Stella & Wes Really Need To Talk To Each Other On Tonight's 'Life Sentence'

Stella & Wes Really Need To Talk To Each Other On Tonight's 'Life Sentence'

Wes keeps to himself outside a hospital room in this new still from Life Sentence.

In tonight’s new episode, “Love Factually”, Stella (Lucy Hale) is desperate to talk to Wes (Elliot Knight), but a problem at the bar keeps getting in the way. She tries to focus on her new job at the hospital, but it doesn’t go that well seeing as she gets some bombshell news.

Meanwhile, Peter (Dylan Walsh) and Ida (Gillian Vigman) celebrate their last anniversary in an unusual way; and the entire Abbott family comes to a standstill when someone other than Stella gets sick.

Life Sentence airs TONIGHT, June 8th @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.

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Could Stella & Wes Be Expecting A Baby on 'Life Sentence'? Watch a Clip!

Could Stella & Wes Be Expecting A Baby on 'Life Sentence'? Watch a Clip!

Stella (Lucy Hale) looks like she just had the shock of her life in this sneak peek for tonight’s Life Sentence.

In “What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting”, Stella and Wes (Elliot Knight) start discussing their future, they learn some news that neither expected. After discussing the issue with Lizzie (Brooke Lyons), Stella realizes that she might not be as ready for the future as she thought.

Meanwhile, Aiden (Jayson Blair) realizes he has unfamiliar feelings for a girl at his community service job which puts him in uncharted waters; and Diego’s (Carlos PenaVega) plan to impress his new boss at brunch turns awkward when both his in-laws are interested in her.

Check out the sneak peek below and tune in TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW!

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Elliot Knight Shares Sweet Message After 'Life Sentence' Cancellation

Elliot Knight Shares Sweet Message After 'Life Sentence' Cancellation

Elliot Knight is just as bummed as we all are about Life Sentence being cancelled – most likely, even more.

Starring as Wes on the series opposite Lucy Hale, the 27-year-old British hunk shared a sweet message after hearing about the show being cancelled.

“From the first day of shooting our pilot to the last day of filming this season in January, this has been one of my favourite experiences,” Elliot writes. “I will always remember going to work everyday with a smile, leaving exactly the same, loving the people I was with and having the time of my life making something special with all of them.”

“Today we heard that we won’t get to come back to tell more of our Life Sentence story – which hit us all. But I am so glad that we even got to tell chapter 1. Thank you to our tireless writers, our beautiful crew who made every day in Vancouver a dream, @thecw and @doozerproductions for this opportunity, and the brilliant @richkeith and @theerincardillo for making any of it possible.”

Elliot continues, “I’ve loved this cast; working with and watching you all over the past year has been a constant joy. I can’t say I’ve enjoyed a job as much. And thank you to everyone who has watched and supported the show! We love you, it means the world to all of us that you’re there and we hope you will stick with the Abbotts to the end of our season to see all the hard work we put in to doing this story and these characters justice. We hope you enjoy it! The rest is for you guys x.”

BRB, balling more of our eyes out!

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Italia Ricci Offers Support to Lucy Hale After ‘Life Sentence’ Cancellation

Italia Ricci Offers Support to Lucy Hale After 'Life Sentence' Cancellation

Italia Ricci Offers Support to Lucy Hale After 'Life Sentence' Cancellation

Lucy Hale is getting support from a ton of fans on social media, following the announcement that Life Sentence will not be coming back for a second season – and Italia Ricci is one of them.

If you remember, Italia starred in Freeform’s Chasing Life, which was much alike Life Sentence, and centered on April, who was blindsided by her cancer diagnosis and tried to keep it a secret from just about everyone.

After Lucy shared her note, Italia wrote to her, “I know the feeling,” along with a yellow heart.

Chasing Life was lucky enough to get two seasons on Freeform, before being cancelled. The series, as well as personal attachments, inspired Italia to get involved in many cancer charities and organizations, which she still participates in today.