Lucy Hale rocks a casually sporty look on her way to a workout… as her show Katy Keene is canceled

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Lucy Hale rocks a casually sporty look on her way to a workout… as her show Katy Keene is canceled

Actress Lucy Hale was spotted looking sporty while heading to a workout in Los Angeles, while her show Katy Keene was being canceled by The CW.Hale

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Actress Lucy Hale was spotted looking sporty while heading to a workout in Los Angeles, while her show Katy Keene was being canceled by The CW.

Hale, 31, was spotted heading in for a workout at Training Mate in Studio City, California on Thursday afternoon.

As for the cancellation, the show’s producers are currently exploring options to find a new home.

Sporty Lucy: Actress Lucy Hale was spotted looking sporty while heading to a workout in Los Angeles, while her show Katy Keene was being canceled by The CW

Sporty Lucy: Actress Lucy Hale was spotted looking sporty while heading to a workout in Los Angeles, while her show Katy Keene was being canceled by The CW

Workout: Hale, 31, was spotted heading in for a workout at Training Mate in Studio City, California on Thursday afternoon

Workout: Hale, 31, was spotted heading in for a workout at Training Mate in Studio City, California on Thursday afternoon

Hale stepped out with a grey New Balance sweatshirt with a matching grey face mask covering her mouth and nose.

She also wore a pair of bright red stretch pants and a pair of black and white Nike sneakers for her workout. 

The actress had her hair tied back into a ponytail as she entered the workout facility, carrying a small handbag, her keys and a beverage. 

Lucy's look: Hale stepped out with a grey New Balance sweatshirt with a matching grey face mask covering her mouth and nose

Lucy’s look: Hale stepped out with a grey New Balance sweatshirt with a matching grey face mask covering her mouth and nose

Workout: The actress had her hair tied back into a ponytail as she entered the workout facility, carrying a small handbag, her keys and a beverage

Workout: The actress had her hair tied back into a ponytail as she entered the workout facility, carrying a small handbag, her keys and a beverage

Hale’s show Katy Keene, a spin-off of The CW’s hit series Riverdale, was canceled by The CW, though the show’s producers, Warner Bros. Television, is exploring options to keep the show going.

The CW even extended the options on the cast, which were set to expire on June 30, to July 31, so the producers could find a new home for the show.

While nothing is set in stone, the most likely option for Katy Keene’s savior would be the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max, which is carrying the first season. 

Canceled Katy: Hale's show Katy Keene, a spin-off of The CW's hit series Riverdale, was canceled by The CW, though the show's producers, Warner Bros. Television, is exploring options to keep the show going

Canceled Katy: Hale’s show Katy Keene, a spin-off of The CW’s hit series Riverdale, was canceled by The CW, though the show’s producers, Warner Bros. Television, is exploring options to keep the show going

Options: The CW even extended the options on the cast, which were set to expire on June 30, to July 31, so the producers could find a new home for the show

Options: The CW even extended the options on the cast, which were set to expire on June 30, to July 31, so the producers could find a new home for the show

To the Max: While nothing is set in stone, the most likely option for Katy Keene's savior would be the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max, which is carrying the first season

To the Max: While nothing is set in stone, the most likely option for Katy Keene’s savior would be the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max, which is carrying the first season

The CW renewed its entire slate of programming in January, with the exception of Katy Keene, which didn’t debut until February 6.  

The show wrapped its 13-episode first season in May, though it was one of the network’s weakest performers in the Nielsen ratings.

The show averaged a measly 480,000 viewers per episode  and a 0.11 rating in the 18-49 demographic. 

No renewal: The CW renewed its entire slate of programming in January, with the exception of Katy Keene, which didn't debut until February 6.

No renewal: The CW renewed its entire slate of programming in January, with the exception of Katy Keene, which didn’t debut until February 6.

The show followed the lives of Hale’s title character, along with singer-songwriter Josie McCoy (Ashleigh Murray), Jorge Lopez/Ginger (Jonny Beauchamp) and ‘It Girl’ Pepper Smith (Julia Chan) as they chase their various dreams in New York City.

The CW president Mark Pedowitz said in May that he was waiting for more ‘streaming data’ to make a decision on Katy Keene’s fate.

The show debuted on the HBO Max streaming platform when the new service launched on May 27. 

Dreamers: The show followed the lives of Hale's title character, along with singer-songwriter Josie McCoy (Ashleigh Murray), Jorge Lopez/Ginger (Jonny Beauchamp) and 'It Girl' Pepper Smith (Julia Chan) as they chase their various dreams in New York City

Dreamers: The show followed the lives of Hale’s title character, along with singer-songwriter Josie McCoy (Ashleigh Murray), Jorge Lopez/Ginger (Jonny Beauchamp) and ‘It Girl’ Pepper Smith (Julia Chan) as they chase their various dreams in New York City

Fate: The CW president Mark Pedowitz said in May that he was waiting for more 'streaming data' to make a decision on Katy Keene's fate

Fate: The CW president Mark Pedowitz said in May that he was waiting for more ‘streaming data’ to make a decision on Katy Keene’s fate

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