USA Network is closing the doors on Graceland.
Series creator Jeff Eastin, who previously gave us and the cabler White Collar, shared the news Thursday on Twitter:
TVLine’s hand-crafted Cable Renewal Scorecard is thusly updated.
Inspired by true events, Graceland in its first, well-received season averaged more than 2 million weekly viewers (in Live+SD ratings). Season 3, however, opened with barely 1 million viewers and a 0.4 demo rating and by the finale was drawing just 900K and a 0.3.
Among USA’s other dramatic fare, Satisfaction opens Season 2 on Oct. 16; Mr. Robot, Suits and Royal Pains are already renewed for Seasons 2, 6 and 8, respectively; and Jason O’Mara’s freshman drama Complications recently got the axe.
Brandon Jay McLaren cut his hair for this?