USA Network's Graceland Cancelled After Three Seasons

Graceland Cancelled

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.

In the pipeline at USA, meanwhile, is the occupation drama Colony (debuting Jan. 14) and the pilots Falling Water, Paradise Pictures, Brooklyn Animal Control, Shooter and Poor Richard’s Almanack.

Brandon Jay McLaren cut his hair for this?

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