It’s one and done for NBC’s Game of Silence.
The Peacock network on Friday confirmed that the thriller — which counted David Lyons, Michael Raymond-James and Larenz Tate among its cast — will not return for a second season.
Adapted by executive producer David Hudgins from the Turkish series Suskunlar, Game of Silence starred Lyons as Jackson Brooks, a Houston attorney who, on the heels of adding a beautiful and successful fiancée to his life, is visited upon by two childhood friends, from their old, small hometown of Brennan. Chaos ensued.
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