Bunheads was cancelled long after the last episode of the ABC Family series was filmed so the cast and crew weren’t able to give the show a proper series finale.
Series co-creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and some of the show’s performers have now filmed a touching “last dance” to say thank you to the fans for all of their support.
The Bunheads video was directed by Sherman-Palladino and the dance was choreographed by Marguerite Derricks. It appropriately references back to memorable dances from the 18-episode series.
The piece stars Julia Goldani Telles (Sasha), Bailey Buntain (Ginny), and Jeanine Mason (Cozette), and also features Matisse Love, Ra’Jahnae “Rae Rae” Patterson, Colleen Craig, Maine Kawashima, Eli Gruska, Adam Bernstein, Edgar Khachaturov, Kara Hess, Micah Moch, Helen Pai, and Jackson Douglas.
Kaitlyn Jenkins, who played Boo, appears but doesn’t perform due to an injury. Castmembers Sutton Foster and Emma Dumont are unfortunately absent.
What do you think? Did you like the dance? Is it an appropriate goodbye? Were you hoping for more?
I really enjoyed this show. I loved seeing all the Girlmore Girls cast members showing up on Bunheads. I wish all of the cast members success. You will all be missed on this show.
Of course a quality show is canceled. So enjoyed Sutton Foster and the while cast. I’m sorry I won’t get to spend another season with them. I wish them all success in a fickle industry.
I just found out that the show had been cancelled, which is a shame. I came across ‘Bunheads’ entirely by accident and became a fan despite the fact that it was far outside my usual interests. I’m sorry to see it go, but I hope the cast and crew are able to move on to other projects soon.
My daughter and I LOVED this show so much because it helped us not miss The Gilmore Girls as badly as we did. The show was quirky and beautiful. We will miss it each week. Thanks everyone for doing a farewell dance for us!!!
This is so unusual I do not know what to say. It is amazing that this cast came back, unpaid, and made a short professional video of them dancing. Not only that, Series co-creator Amy Sherman-Palladino came back to help as well as Marguerite Derricks. I only hope all of these talented people find jobs quickly in the entertainment industry and have years of success. For the million or so viewers who watched faithfully, this show will be missed.