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How was The Nine Lives of Chloe King supposed to end?
ABC Family announced Wednesday that it will release the full script of the never produced two-hour wrap-up movie, The Nine Lives of Chloe King: Salvation, on Friday, Sept. 13 at 9:13 p.m. ET/PT online at Alloy Entertainment’s official website.
“Although we ultimately decided not to continue with the series, we wanted to make the Chloe King movie script available to her amazing fans to provide them the closure they’ve been clamoring for,” said Kate Juergens, executive vp original programming and development and chief creative officer at ABC Family.
The decision to release the script comes more than two years after Nine Lives ended its run on the small screen, where it aired on ABC Family from June to August 2011. It was officially canceled in September 2011.
Nine Lives ended on a cliffhanger, with Chloe losing one of her nine lives, Brian seemingly succumbing to Chloe’s fatal kiss and Jasmine and her mother, Valentina, being attacked by the powerful Zane. According to the announcement, the movie script will answer questions about The Order, Whitley Rezza’s motivations, Alek’s past, whether Meredith will discover her daughter’s secret identity and Chloe’s choice between Brian and Alek.
The TV movie was penned by executive producer Dan Berendsen, who now runs Baby Daddy, and Ron McGee. The Nine Lives of Chloe King starred Skyler Samuels, Amy Pietz, Grey Damon, Grace Phipps, Benjamin Stone, Alyssa Diaz and Ki Hong Lee.
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