"666 Park Avenue"
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Yes...and no. Alloy Entertainment published a book of the same title, and its author, Gabriella Pierce, is listed during the show's opening credits. However, during the process of developing the book series for television, so many changes were made that the finished products are virtually unrelated. With just a few superficial similarities, the two "666 Park Avenue"'s tell very different stories about mostly-different characters.

Yes, the series was officially cancelled by ABC on Nov. 16th, 2012, after 7 episodes due to weak ratings. Shortly before cancellation, ABC ordered two additional scripts to bring the episode count to 15, they were dismissed upon cancellation. The producers later stated the show "is building to a powerful and surprising series finale, where all your questions will be answered. We hope fans of the show continue watching all the way to the end of Jane and Henry's incredible journey to the dark side." (source)

A complete recap of the series finale, "Lazarus," can be found on tvline.com


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