Alas, the holiday gift "Greek" fans were hoping for is not coming -- at least not courtesy of Freeform.
The network announced in 2016 it was developing a two-hour holiday movie that would pick up five years after the events of the ABC Family series' finale. Now, however, those plans have been scrapped, according to TVLine. While Freeform opted not to reveal why it dropped the project, "Greek" creator Sean Smith told TVLine it was a money issue.
The series ran on ABC Family (now known as Freeform) from 2007 to 2011, centering on sorority and fraternity life at the fictional Cyrus-Rhodes University. The show ended with several of the characters graduating, so a reunion would have been a perfect place to pick up. Fans would have gotten to see the gang return to campus, plus had a chance to find out where their lives took them after college.
With this new development, our hopes of seeing the Cyprus-Rhodes crew at their five-year reunion have certainly taken a hit, but they haven't been completely dashed. Smith and his fellow executive producers Shawn Piller and Lloyd Segan reportedly plan to shop the mini-revival around. We're crossing our fingers that we'll get to see Casey (Spencer Grammer), Cappie (Scott Michael Foster), Rusty (Jacob Zachar), and co. together again yet.