Hilary Duff just revealed to her fans that there would be no 'Lizzie McGuire' Revival.
The Lizzie McGuire revival is not happening, as said by actress Hilary Duff on her Instagram handle on Wednesday.
The American actress left highly anticipating fans disappointed in her post where she addressed why the show got canceled.
Hilary Duff post on Instagram.
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Duff's Instagram post went by,
"I've been so honored to have the character of Lizzie in my life; she has made such a lasting impact on many, including myself."
She added, "To see the fans' loyalty and love for her, to this day, means so much to me. I know the efforts and conversations have been everywhere trying to make a reboot work, but, sadly, and despite everyone's best efforts, it isn't going to happen."
The 33-year-old stressed that she wanted the reboot to be honest and authentic to who Lizzie would be today, saying the character deserves it. She also assured her fans that the team tried their best to make it happen, but the stars didn't align.
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The show's further talk of revival was announced in August 2019, with the original star cast, Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine, Jake Thomas, Adam Lamberg, and Lalaine playing their respective roles.
The show had already kicked its production in November 2019 and was halted in January 2020 amid the internal conflicts when it's original creator Terry Minsky quit the production.
Lizzy McGuire was expected to stream on Disney+.
Photo Source: TV Line
Later, Disney stated that the show was heading in a different creative direction than initially planned. The series's shooting came to a complete stop after the coronavirus situation, and the rest is history.
As Hilary said, this is what 2020 is made of, guess it is what is it is for the fans.
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