A time-travel TV show can do a lot of things, but it can’t go back in time and undo a cancellation. “Time After Time” has been cancelled after five episodes by ABC, the network announced Wednesday.

The TV series, which starred Josh Bowman as Dr. John Stevenson/Jack the Ripper and Freddie Stroma as renowned author H.G. Wells, will not air any new episodes starting this Sunday, April 2. Instead, “Match Game” will air its Season 2 episodes, beginning with episode 6, on Sunday.

“Time After Time” wasn’t doing so well in terms of ratings. Its most recent episode managed to get only 1.9 million viewers and a 0.4 demo rating, according to Entertainment Weekly. The first half of Season 2 of “Match Game,” on the other hand, was fetching close to three million viewers and a 1.0 rating on Wednesdays-at-10 p.m. time slot, according to TVLine.

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As of now, there are no plans to air the remaining episodes of “Time After Time” Season 1.

While some fans who were warming up to the freshman show are disappointed that the alphabet network suddenly pulled the plug on it, most are unhappy that they won’t get to see “Time After Time’s” leads – Freddie Stroma and Josh Bowman – on TV every week. Both of these handsome actors have returned to the small screen after some time. In fact, Bowman was last seen in “Revenge” which ended in 2015.

Of course, some fans of “Time After Time” want the remaining episodes of Season 1 to be aired on a streaming service or on the ABC website.

Meanwhile, Genesis Rodriguez, who plays Jane Walker on the show, claims that she was never informed that the series was cancelled by ABC. She found out the bad news through twitter!

Fortunately, there are a lot of other time-travel shows on TV that viewers can watch. Still, we’ll miss a shirtless Bowman.