‘Kevin Can Wait’
Donna (Erinn Hayes) may have been killed off, but fans still want to know what happened to her in “Kevin Can Wait” Season 2. CBS

Erinn Hayes continues to make her sentiments known, although indirectly, following her axing from CBS’ “Kevin Can Wait” after only one season.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the actress has liked the tweets of fans who claimed that they will be boycotting the show. One fan revealed that she and her family have tuned out from watching “Kevin Can Wait.” Hayes reportedly liked the tweet.

Another fan wrote that she has stopped watching “Kevin Can Wait” since Hayes left ahead of Season 2, and the actress also liked the tweet. Other fans commented negatively on Kevin James’ statement about the writers not having enough storylines that’s why they decided to kill off Hayes’ character Donna Gable. The actress once again liked the fan’s post.

Last week, lead star James told The New York Daily News that he understands where fans are coming from. The ratings for the CBS sitcom dropped considerably following it Season 2 premiere after it has been confirmed that Donna’s death will not be addressed in the series.

“I get that people are like, ‘Whoa, why would you do this?’ But it really felt like a thing like this was needed for this show to drive forward,” James said. The actor added that Donna’s death has opened new possibilities for “Kevin Can James” since the single dad now has to deal with everything on his own.

James also revealed that the original pitch for “Kevin Can Wait” was supposed to introduce him as a single father. But at the last minute, they decided to give him a wife. “The plot of the show didn’t have enough drive. If we got through a second season, I wouldn’t see us getting through a third one. We were running out of ideas,” he said.

In July, it was announced that Hayes will no longer return to “Kevin Can Wait” Season 2 just after it was revealed that Leah Remini has been upped to series regular status. A month later, CBS senior executive vice president of programming Thom Sherman spoke at the Television Critics Association summer press tour and said, “The character will have passed away.”

“Kevin Can Wait” Season 2 airs Mondays at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.