WASHINGTON (AP) - Amber Tamblyn is philosophical about the cancellation of her CBS series "Joan of Arcadia.""I loved it for what it was and it's gone and that's sad, but that's the way it goes," said the 22-year-old actress, who portrayed a teen who performed godly chores for those revealing themselves as God.
Tamblyn said she was happy to do two seasons of "a really incredible show than like eight years on a mediocre, not-so-good show."
Of her co-stars Joe Mantegna, Mary Steenburgen and Jason Ritter, the actress said: "I'm really going to miss everybody. It's like a family there. I love them, but that's life, I guess."
Tamblyn got the news before an interview with AP Radio for her new movie, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," due in theaters on June 1.
"People had kind of known it was on the bubble, I think, so it was kind of there, kind of like an iffy thing," she said.
CBS is filling the Friday time slot with "Ghost Whisperer," starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as a woman who talks to dead people.
"I think talking to ghosts may skew younger than talking to God," CBS Chairman Leslie Moonves said Wednesday.