South of Nowhere was canceled last week by its
hosting network for teens, the N.
The show, which
deals with various LGBT issues, had its premiere in
November 2005 and grew in popularity as the seasons
progressed. South creator Tom Lynch said in a
statement, "We are going to give those last episodes
of South of Nowhere the honor they deserve. But
we know -- believe me we know -- that this is a special
show. To create a show that touches the hearts and lives of
a generation is a gift. Thank you for allowing me and
Spashley [show's character] into your hearts. And
remember, things change, so there's no telling where the
stories of Spashley will show up next."
have already carried protests of the show's cancellation.