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Hilary Duff Fans Think Disney+ Owes Her an Apology After This Week's Big News

Hilary Duff fans are demanding an apology from Disney+ following this week’s news about the streaming service.

It was announced in August 2019 that Hilary would be reviving her beloved series Lizzie McGuire for Disney+ and it was going to follow Lizzie at the age of thirty while navigating life in New York City. She recently revealed what the full plot would have been.

After the first two episodes were filmed, series creator Terri Minsky departed as showrunner due to creative differences with Disney and the show was put on hiatus. Hilary later hinted that the show wasn’t “family-friendly” enough for the streamer.

Hilary then asked Disney executives to move the series to Hulu as she’d “be doing a disservice to everyone by limiting the realities of a 30 year old’s journey to live under the ceiling of a PG rating.”

Now, Disney+ is making changes and it’s not sitting well with fans.

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Hilary Duff Opens Up About If It's Possible Another 'Lizzie McGuire' Reboot Would Happen

Hilary Duff is opening up about the Lizzie McGuire reboot that sadly didn’t happen at Disney+.

The series was cancelled after the show’s original creator Terri Minsky wanted, and intended, to take the show in a more adult direction to match the age Lizzie would be now, but Disney didn’t have the same vision.

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Hilary Duff Reveals What the Plot of 'Lizzie McGuire' Reboot Would Have Been!

Hilary Duff is opening up in detail about the axed Lizzie McGuire revival series and she’s explaining for the first time what the plot would have been.

If you don’t know, the show was supposed to air on Disney+ but was eventually axed. Hilary and the show’s original creator Terri Minsky wanted to take the show in a more adult direction to match the age Lizzie would be now, but Disney didn’t have the same vision.

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Hilary Duff Explains Why the 'Lizzie McGuire' Revival Series Was Canceled

Hilary Duff is opening up in detail about the axed Lizzie McGuire revival series and she’s explaining why the show never saw the light of day.

The 33-year-old actress filmed two episodes for the planned Disney+ series, but then the streaming service shocked fans by announcing that the show was not moving forward. See the photos that we have from the first day of filming.

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Hilary Duff Announces 'Lizzie McGuire' Reboot Is Officially Done - Here's Why

The Lizzie McGuire reboot is officially done, Hilary Duff just revealed.

If you don’t know, Disney+ announced last August that they were reviving the hit Disney Channel series, but things have been rocky since.

Hilary reprised her titular role as Lizzie and actually filmed two episodes before production was halted after original creator Terri Minsky left over creative differences.

Hilary then spoke out on social media to address the situation, saying that she hoped that Disney+ would let the Lizzie McGuire reboot be moved to Hulu so that they could explore more mature storylines on the show.

On Wednesday (December 16), Hilary posted, “I’ve been so honored to have the character of Lizzie in my life. She has made such a lasting impact on many, including myself. To see the fans’ loyalty and love for her, to this day, means so much to me.”

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Hilary Duff Gives New Update on 'Lizzie McGuire' Reboot, Talks Possible 'Hannah Montana' Crossover

Hilary Duff started working on a Lizzie McGuire reboot series, but then the series was put on pause due to creative differences between the show’s creator and Disney+.

Now, the 32-year-old actress is giving another update on the status of the show and she’s even talking about a cool Hannah Montana crossover idea!

“I feel just as excited as everyone else,” Hilary told Cosmopolitan about the show. “Obviously, I have felt love for that character and I feel particularly dedicated to the fans about making the exact show that it should be. So you know, we started shooting, we stopped shooting and went back to the drawing board with Disney+, Disney, and myself to come up with something that works for all of us, and we’re still in the middle of that process. Everything kind of got put on hold, especially now because of COVID. But no, we’re talking weekly and I feel really good about it. It’s a work in progress.”

The outlet brought up the idea of a Lizzie/Hannah crossover since Miley Cyrus has credited Hilary as inspiration for her work.

“Oh my god, I’ve never heard that one. But you might be starting something right now,” Hilary said. “I love Miley, I recently was on her show that she created during the quarantine, and she’s just awesome. She’s always showing me so much love and it kind of embarrasses me in a way. I’m like, come on, you’re like the epitome of cool and it’s really sweet that she’s just so vocal about being a fan growing up with me and I love her. And I don’t know, I’ve never thought about a Hannah Montana and Lizzie McGuire crossover, but never say never! Anything goes these days, right?”

See photos from the first day of filming on the reboot, back in October 2019.

Hilary Duff Isn't Giving Up Hope on the 'Lizzie McGuire' Reboot

Hilary Duff isn’t giving up on Lizzie McGuire just yet.

Disney+ announced last August that they were reviving the hit Disney Channel series, but things have been rocky ever since.

The 32-year-old actress reprised her titular role as Lizzie and filmed two episodes before production was halted after original creator Terri Minsky left over creative differences.

Hilary then spoke out on social media to address the situation, saying that she hopes that Disney+ would let the Lizzie McGuire reboot be moved to Hulu so that they could explore more mature storylines on the show.

“It would be a dream if Disney would let us move the show to Hulu, if they were interested, and I could bring this beloved character to life again,” Hilary said at the time.

Now in a new interview, Hilary shared an update on the reboot.

“We are very much still in conversation with them a couple of times a week, which is really nice,” Hilary shared with E! News. “We started shooting, and then obviously that got on hold for a couple of different reasons not involving the pandemic. But you know what, I have high hopes that we are going to make it work.”

Hilary continued: “It’s like a responsibility to [Lizzie], honoring her and the fanbase that grew up with her. We kind of put her on pause, and had to go back to the drawing board, but I feel optimistic that it will happen.”

Just recently, the writers for the series had a video chat about the future of the show and the cast reunited for a virtual table read!